Brown owns and operates a 3,600-acre dry land and irrigated farm where he raises winter and spring wheat, and barley. Jerry has been farming for the past 38 years, and holds a bachelor’s degree in Accounting, a Master of Accounting from Utah State University, and is a Certified Public Accountant. Commissioner Brown has been involved in a number of leadership positions in his community, including the Caribou County Grain Growers, the Idaho Grain Producers Association, the Bear River Water District 11, and the Caribou Memorial Hospital. “New Technology is exciting to me,” says Brown. “One of my dreams is to create an environment in agribusiness whereby the youth of this country can be attracted to agriculture and earn a competitive living. This can be done through advances in research and technology, and by developing effective marketing strategies.” Brown also works full time as a CPA in Soda Springs. Jerry and his wife Robyn have been married for 33 years and have six children. The Browns enjoy spending time with their family, working together managing and operating the farm, camping, fishing, and backpacking.