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Kentucky Farm Bureau News - February 2011

KFB received special recognition for attaining the 500,000 member level and was cited for program excellence as part of the awards at the 92nd annual AFBF meeting last month in Atlanta.  In 2010, KFB joined Tennessee and North Carolina as the only states with more than 500,000 members.   right-arrowFebruary 2011

Also In This Issue:

Survey reveals urban concerns about farming

Comment Column: Brett Guthrie, U.S. Representative, 2nd District

Delegates Calling for Overhaul of Dairy Program

Stallman: Farmers Boosting "Trust"

Farm Bureau Women Urged to Speak for Ag

Farmers, Governments Scramble to Deal with Dead Animal Removal

A Stout Public Servant: State Veterinarian Has Had a Barnful of Issues to Handle

There's Still Work to do on Taxes

"Century Farms" Greenup County Program Hoonors Ag Heritage

Facing an Issue: Video Project Delivers Much-needed Messages for Kentucky Farmers

Markets: Beef exports exceed imports; Corn stocks fall at high rate; Hay production stocks are down

Farm File: AFBF files suit versus EPA plan; Three scholarship programs underway; Farm Credit Services cuts rates; FFA and USDA form new alliance

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