2017 Kentucky Country Ham Breakfast - Kentucky Farm Bureau

2017 Kentucky Country Ham Breakfast

 

Ray Sammons, President of Boyd County Farm Bureau and Bryan Carroll, Agency Manger Boyd County Farm Bureau attended the 54th Annual KFB Ham Breakfast on KFB Day at the Kentucky State Fair.

 

Bryan Carroll, Agency Manager Boyd County Farm Bureau.
Bryan Carroll, Agency Manager Boyd County Farm Bureau.
BCFB President Ray Sammons, KFB President Mark Haney, Boyd County Farm Bureau Agency Manager Bryan Carroll.
BCFB President Ray Sammons, KFB President Mark Haney, Boyd County Farm Bureau Agency Manager Bryan Carroll.
Ray Sammons, President Boyd County Farm Bureau and Bryan Carroll, Agency Manager Boyd County Farm Bureau.
Ray Sammons, President Boyd County Farm Bureau and Bryan Carroll, Agency Manager Boyd County Farm Bureau.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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