Douglas I Moore

Douglas I. “Doug” Moore is a beef cattle farmer in Duval County and timber farmer in Baker County.  Mr. Moore spent over 30 years in the dairy business.  Mr. Moore is a Director, Officer, and has ownership interests in M & M Dairy, Inc., a timber farm, Southeastern Stainless Fabricators, Inc., a metal fabrication business, TM Livestock, Inc., a land development business, and Flatwoods Management, LLC, an agricultural consulting business.  Mr. Moore serves as a Director of Baker County Farm Bureau and the North Florida Cattleman’s Association.  He is Vice President and Director of the Baker County Business Alliance.  He serves on the Advisory Committee of the Florida Wildlife Commission and the Florida Forest Service.  Mr. Moore served as past Director and President of Sunshine State Milk Producers, Inc., as past Director and Secretary of Southeast Milk, Inc., and as past Chairman of the Duval County Soil and Water Board.  Mr. Moore previously served as Director for 17 years on the North Florida Farm Credit and Farm Credit of Florida Boards.  His current term of office is 2015 - 2018.  He is a current member of the Governance Committee.

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Local Leaders. Local Decisions.

One of the advantages of being a member with Farm Credit of Florida is that as a cooperative lender you are the customer and owner. You can help us by recommending candidates for our Board of Directors.

Our directors are not only members, they are also local leaders in your community. Who do you want to lead your Association?

Recommendations will be shared with our nominating committee which is comprised of stockholders within our chartered territory. The nominating committee will evaluate, identify and nominate each candidate. The ultimate responsibility of our board of directors is to provide governance and oversight to the Association.

Directors are compensated for attendance at regular board meetings as well as travel expenses.

Qualifications include:

  • Strong management skills
  • Desire to improve, contribute and serve our industry
  • A passion for agriculture
  • An understanding of the agricultural industry and territory served

Please complete the form below to be considered, or to nominate another Farm Credit member, by the Farm Credit of Florida nominating committee as a potential nominee for a board seat.