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“We are thrilled to have Bayleigh join our team as she continues her education in agricultural communications,” says Cheryl Day, OPC Executive Vice President. “We know that she will be an asset to our team in helping to serve our state’s producers as we help to tell the positive story of Ohio’s pig farmers to today’s consumers.”

Bayleigh comes to Ohio Pork Council from Plain City, Ohio, where she was an active member of 4-H and FFA, and where her passion for agricultural communications blossomed. Miller, who grew up showing dairy feeders and market hogs at her county fair, is looking forward to expanding her knowledge of Ohio’s pork industry by working closely with the state’s producers so that she is better prepared to share their story to consumers about how their food is raised.

Miller is a junior at The Ohio State University, where she studies agricultural communications and animal science. During her time in college, she has been a member of Sigma Alpha Professional Agricultural Sorority, Saddle and Sirloin, and Agribusiness Club.

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