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Kentucky Farm Bureau News - March 2011


County Farm Bureaus can play an important role in moving agriculture forward simply by having a strong presence in their respective communities, KFB President Mark Haney said in his keynote address at last month's Presidents and Vice Presidents Conference. 

The annual two-day conference in Louisville attracted 224 local leaders from 109 counties.  The agenda had a wide range of topics ranging from federal and state legislative issues to utilizing the organization's member service programs.
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Also In This Issue:

2011 National Priority Issues

Comment Column: Greg Stumbo, Speaker of the House

GOAP Annual Conference

Huge cattle county beefed up through Ag Development Fund

Young Farmer Conference

Young Farmer families help Lexington food bank

KFB Director Pat Henderson honored for service to conservation association

KFB checks in with "Check-out" promotions

Three selected for Vet Assistance Program

New tag requirements for some breeding cattle

District meeting schedule

Markets: Beef imports to edge up; Soybean oil price nears record; USDA predicting record ag trade

Farm File: Sheep and goat producers coming off an eventful year; Alltech opens Algae facility in Winchester; AFBF testifies on burdensome EPA proposals

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