Kentucky Farm Bureau News - April 2014
Coming on the heels of the long-awaited passage of a farm bill, this year's Congressional Tour had a more positive tone as dozens of KFB members from throughout the state mingled with the state's delegation. With the new farm bill in place, KFB leaders are now talking about such issues as reforming farm labor programs, curbing unwarranted environmental regulations and changing various tax policies.
Also in this issue,
KFB Beef Expo sets another record
KFB succeeds with deer control bill
Comment Column: Terry Gilbert, KFB Director
Protecting watersheds is vital
Women's leadership conference
KFB marks "Ag Day"
Markets: Record yields in 2013, Numbers rising in farm milk production, Broiler growth less than expected
Taking stock: Meeting targets issues for farm market operators
Farm File: Young farmers concerned about land, "Our food link" is underway, Pilot program promotes water quality credits, AFBF pushing privacy bill
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