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Kentucky Farm Bureau News - October 2013


The upcoming National FFA Convention is the event of the year for FFA member, providing an opportunity for young people from all over the country to network, explore, career opportunities and develop skills that will last a lifetime. Young leaders like Joenelle Futrell of Daviess County, Eastern Region Vice President of the 2012-2013 National FFA Officer Team, look forward to the convention as a time to share their passion for agriculture with others and to inspire a new generation of ag leaders. 

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Also in this issue:

Why farm policy is crucial

Comment Column: Russell Poore, Chairman, Roadside Farm Markets Advisory Committee

Foundation for success: KFB Agency Manager has key role with FFA fundraising

Drivers: Be patient with farm vehicles

Just Piddlin Farm provides family fun

Truly a "haven" Adair County farm market caters to kids

Advisory Committees

County Annual Meetings

USFRA event is October 24

Markets: Ag trade surplus is lowest in seven years; Kentucky crops bigger in 2013; State's cash farm receipts on the rise

Farm File: Gallup poll boosts agriculture's standing; AFBF pushing for trade bill; Fair Oaks opens "Pig Adventure" exhibit for education on animal agriculture; Cargill pledges $520,000 to FFA

 

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