Boyd County Farm Bureau Celebrates National Ag Day

 

Boyd County Farm Bureau Board of Directors promoted National Ag Day and Kentucky Ag Literacy Week by donating Ag Book of the Year "Right This Very Minute":  A table-to-farm book about food and farming.

David Horn, President of Boyd County Farm Bureau, visited with Sean Stewart, Principal of Summit Elementary, in Ashland, KY.  They talked about using National Ag Day and Kentucky Ag Literacy Week as an opportunity to promote Kentucky agriculture.   After talking with Principal Stewart, David gave him several Ag Books to be placed in the library for students to enjoy.

 

Boyd County Farm Bureau President David Horn presented Summit Elementary School Principal Sean Stewart with a copy of "Right This Very Minute."

 

 

 

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