2017 Media & Legislative Appreciation Dinner

 

Butler County Farm Bureau held their annual Media & Legislative Appreciation Dinner on August 19th at the Dwayne McKinney Family cabin. President Shane Wells spoke about the importance of agriculture for Butler County.

The Farm to Table menu featured products from ATP Greenhouses, Van Buren Meats, Lake Berry Farms, Yoder's Produce, Maddie & Lydia Wells Farm, Berrylicious Farms, Jackson's Orchard, and Chaney's Dairy Barn. The meal was catered by the Moore-Kent House.

Butler County Farm Bureau Board of Directors would like to thank JPI Publishing, Beech Tree News, and WLBQ for all their hard work promoting agriculture in Butler County.

 

 

 

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