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Kentucky Farm Bureau News - February 2013


Ryan and Misty Bivens of LaRue County won the prestigious Achievement Award for young farmers during AFBF's 94th Annual Meeting last month in Nashville. As winners of the highly competitive contest for young farmers throughout the nation, Ryan and Misty get their choice of a 2012 Chevrolet Silverado or GMC Sierra. They also receive paid registration to the upcoming AFBF Young Farmer and Rancher Conference in Phoenix.

The Achievement Award recognizes those who have excelled in their farming operation plus have displayed leadership abilities. Participants are evaluated on a combination of their agricultural operation's growth and financial progress, Farm Bureau leadership and leadership in other groups.

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Also in this issue:

"Fiscal Cliff" Bill Brings Estate Tax Relief

District Meeting Schedule

Comment Column: James Comer, Commissioner of Agriculture

Farm Bill Tops Policy Goals

Social Media Conference Stresses the Need to Inform

KDA Launches Programs to Assist Military Veterans

Pulaski County Farmer Partners with Rural Fire Department to Provide New Source of Water

Progrma to Boost Milk Production Making Gains

National FFA Week is February 16-23

Mural Honors Rural Culture at Wolfe County FB Office

Beef Expo is March 1-3

Markets: Frozen meat and poultry stocks are plentiful; Grain storage grows; U.S. alfalfa production hits 60-year low

Farm File: Scholarship applications are encouraged; New lending program; Kentucky among leaders in crop insurance losses; Warren Beeler named to KDA policy position

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