Bunn is also serving as chairman of the 2012 Georgia Farm Bureau (GFB) goats & sheep committee, a 10 member committee made up of bureau members from across Georgia who raise goats and sheep. Bunn, who has served on the committee since 2003, leads the group in making recommendations to GFB regarding issues that impact growers of goats and sheep.
Bunn produces approximately 25 lambs per year for 4-H and Future Farmers of America (FFA), as well as for local meat production. He is a member of the Georgia Club Lamb Producers Association.
A retired county agent who worked in Meriwether, Heard and Walker counties, Bunn and his wife Ann live in LaFayette and are members of LaFayette First United Methodist Church.
GFB, the state’s largest general farm organization, is celebrating its 75th anniversary in 2012. The organization has 158 county offices and approximately one out of nine Georgians are involved with the bureau. Volunteer members actively participate in local, district and state activities that promote agriculture awareness to their non-farming neighbors. GFB also has 20 commodity advisory committees that give the organization input on issues pertinent to the major commodities grown in Georgia.