Hometown: Flemington, Mo.

Family: Mother, Melissa; father, James; and younger brother, Landon Chaney.

In Town: “I had some opportunities to go away from home, which was not what I wanted. I found American National Insurance. They offer a very competitive and customizable farm product, which I can bring back to my home area and help farmers protect everything they’ve worked for their whole life,” Logan Chaney said. He began his career with American National while finishing his bachelor’s degree in agriculture business finance and management at Missouri State University in Springfield, Mo. He has a minor in agronomy.

Logan opened his office in Bolivar, Mo., on Jan. 1.

In the Country: “My dad had the home farm, and I just bought a farm in February,” Logan said with pride when asked about his love of farming and interest in helping farmers.

Logan has a small cow/calf herd, located in Flemington, Mo.

“I have about 30 to 35 momma cows I run on my farm,” he said.

Logan is a fourth-generation farmer, who works closely with his father, James Chaney, to produce beef cattle from an eclectic mix of crossbred cattle. His farm is 160 acres.

“I think it’s rewarding at the end of the day, being able to look back on what you’re working on all day, it feels like you’re getting somewhere, whether you’re mowing hay, or bailing hay, even working with cattle. You’re building something that will always be there, and you’ll be able to pass down through the years.

“If you’re already in it, definitely work to stay in it, cause it’s something that’s not going to go away.”

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