THE GRAIN Producers Australia (GPA) board will remain settled after grower directors were returned at its annual general meeting last month in Melbourne.
The grain grower representative body will continue to be headed up by chairman Barry Large.
Mr Large, based at Miling in the northern wheatbelt in Western Australia, was a foundation member of the GPA board.
Former GPA chair and Victorian farmer, Andrew Weidemann was re-elected to serve another two-year term for the southern region, while SA grower Mark Schilling, who was elected by the GPA selection committee to fill a casual vacancy was formally voted in by GPA members for a two year term.
In the north, GPA deputy chair Andrew Earle, Thallon on the NSW and Queensland border, was re-elected as a northern region Director.
Mr Large said he looked forward to continue to advocate for grain growers.
"Our grower representatives throughout Australia have met at the GPA policy council to discuss and determine policy priorities and advocacy for the year ahead," Mr Large said.