David Snook operates a 60-acre dairy farm with 45 Holstein and crossbred cows and 30 heifers in Loganton, Clinton County. He also raises corn and alfalfa for forage and double crops his corn acres with rye and triticale. He also operates a dairy supply business.
He has been a Clinton County Farm Bureau board member since 1994, serving as president and vice president. He currently chairs the county Farm Bureau’s Local Affairs Committee. In addition, he chairs Pennsylvania Farm Bureau’s Environmental Coordinator Committee and serves on the U.S. House and Senate and state House and Senate legislative committees.
He enjoys educating other farmers about Farm Bureau and discussing how many more regulations there would be without Farm Bureau’s advocacy. He also spends time helping farmers in the plain community write Manure Management and Erosion and Sedimentation plans.
David is a high school graduate. He has served as a 4-H leader since 1993 and has been a member of the Sugar Valley Watershed Association board for 17 years, serving as president and vice president. He was served on the Clinton County Extension Council since 2015.
He and his wife, Pam have four sons.