Agriculture Advisory Board

Become an Agriculture Advisory Board member

The Board of Directors is accepting Applications and Statements of Qualification for consideration from candidates seeking appointment as Agriculture Advisory Board members for the 2016-2017 term.  Applications and Statements of Qualification are available online at www.guadalupead.org, at 3000 N. Austin St., Seguin, Tx., or by calling 830.303.3313.  The statue requires a minimum of three members.  Currently, there are eight members serving, six of which have expiring terms on December 31, 2015.  The primary function of the Agriculture Advisory Board is to advise the chief appraiser on major issues dealing with agricultural and timber appraisal, degree of intensity standards, and other agricultural use and appraisal issues. Board members should be familiar with local land use, degree of intensity, typical production practices, lease and production costs, typical net to land estimates, crops and crop yields. Agriculture Advisory Board members will be appointed for a two-year term, and member terms will be staggered.  The board will meet at least once a year.  Deadline for submission is October 1, 2015

Click here for application and statement of qualifications for consideration as an Ag Advisory Board member.
Documents must be submitted to:
G.A.D.
3000 N. Austin St.
Seguin, Texas 78155

Agriculture Advisory Board Membes Area
Kenneth Pooley Staples
Donald Doege New Berlin Area
Steve Link Geronimo/Marion
Daniel Beck Cibolo Area
James Tuddy Dietz East of Seguin
Dale Dyess East of Seguin
J.C. Stolte North of Seguin
Ray Joy Pfannstiel Cibolo Area

 

The primary function of the Agriculture Advisory Board is to advise the chief appraiser on major issues dealing with agricultural and timber appraisal, degree of intensity standards, and other agricultural use and appraisal issues. Board members should be familiar with local land use, degree of intensity, typical production practices, lease and production costs, typical net to land estimates, crops and crop yields. Agriculture Advisory Board members will be appointed for a two-year term, and member terms will be staggered.  The board will meet at least once a year.