Jonas Moya appointed NM USDA director
November 3, 2021
The Biden Administration recently appointed Jonas Moya as the new state executive director for the USDA New Mexico Farm Service Agency.
Moya joined the New Mexico FSA team on Oct. 11.
Born and raised on his grandmother’s farm and cattle ranch in Tucumcari, Moya is a fourth-generation agriculturist with deep roots in New Mexico’s diverse agriculture industry.
Most recently, he served as executive director for New Mexico Cattle Growers Association.
As state executive director, Moya will be responsible for overseeing the delivery of FSA programs to agricultural producers in the state. These commodity, conservation, credit and disaster assistance programs ensure a safe, affordable, abundant and nutritious food, fiber and fuel supply for consumers.
The Farm Service Agency serves farmers, ranchers, foresters and agricultural partners through the effective, efficient and equitable delivery of federal agricultural programs.