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1. Keith Lowry of Graves County Named 2015 Kentucky Farm Bureau "Farmer of the Year."
Tags: Bath County, Farmer of the Year, Graves County, Ivey's Outdoor and Farm Supply, John Bays, Keith Lowry, Massey Ferguson, Mike Bach, PhytoGen, Sunbelt Ag Expo, Swisher International
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2. Regional flavor . . . Market in Bath County showcases local foods and more
Tags: Appalachia, AppaPhil, Bath County, Bath County Extension, Cave Run Lake, Commercial Kitchen, Crafts, Culture, Director, Eastern Kentucky, Executive Director, Exit 123, Farmers Market, Food Preparation, Highway 60, Jackson County Regional Food Center, Jon Sanders, Kentucky, Kentucky Arts Council, Kentucky Crafted, Kentucky Department of Agriculture, Kentucky Market Pavilion, Kentucky Proud, Lewis County, Local foods, Mandilyn Hart, Market Pavilion, Morehead, Mount Sterling, nonprofit, Owingsville, Portsmouth, Produce Auctions, Promising Futures, Salt Lick, The Center for Appalachian Philanthropy, The University of Kentucky’s Food Systems Innovation Center, Traditions, US Department of Agriculture, UK, University of Kentucky, USDA, USDA’s Rural Development Agency
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3. Ninety-Six high school students to attend KFB’s Institute for Future Agricultural Leaders
Tags: 2015, Abby Willgruber, Adair County, Adam Sanderson, Agricultural Industry, Agricultural Policy, Agricultural Science, Agriculture, Agriculture Education, Aimee Powell, Allison Brockman, Amber Brown, Anderson County, Aracelia Chay-Yac, Ashley Hardin, Audrey Frederick, Ballard County, Bath County, Ben Pinkston, Bourbon COunty, Boyd County, Boyle County, Bracken County, Breckinridge County, BrookeLynn Meacham, Bullitt County, Butler County, Caldwell County, Caleb Foutch, Calloway County, Cameron Wilbur, Campbell County, Careers, Casey Hargis, Cassidie Cartwright, Chance Wayne, Chelsea Stephens, Chris Heinrich, Christian County, Clark County, Classes, Cody Burke, Cody Collins, Cody Osborne, College, Conner Sherman, Counties, County Farm Bureau, Courtney Driskell, Cumberland County, Dakota Gill, Danielle Allen, Daviess County, Davis Fugate, DeAnna Ladd, Drew Dadisman, Emery Poore, Emily Hamilton, Emily Huff, Eric Bullock, Estill County, Fayette County, Fleming County, Franklin County, Fulton County, Gabby Barnes, Gaige Meadows, Garrard County, Ginger Sisk, Gracie Furnish, Graves County, Green County, Greenup County, Hardin County, Harley Hawkins, Harrison County, Hart County, Henderson County, Henry County, Hickman County, High School, Hopkins County, IFAL, Institute for Future Agricultural Leaders, Isaiah Vandiver, Israel Rains, Ivan Beasley, Jackson Tolle, Jacob Fleming, James Ballinger, Jared Disney, Jefferson County, Jenna Harrod, Jera Kessler, Jessamine County, Jesse Hayden, John Robert Murphy, Joseph Fischer, Josie Herring, Katie Crump, Katie Elder, Kay Brown, Kelsi Mart, Kentucky Farm Bureau, KFB, Kinzie Sherman, Knox County, Korri Briggs, Krystal Snellen, Lane Dubre, Lawrence County, Leadership, Leadership Conference, Lilly Robertson, Lincoln County, Logan County, Lora Pryor, Luke Wilson, Macey Maze, Madison Cooper, Madison Kelly, Makayla Arnett, Margaret Brown, Marion County, Marshall County, Mary Beth Hamm, Mary Hinton, Mason County, Matison Bentley, McCreary County, McKayla Sprowles, McLean County, Meade County, Melanie Robertson, Menifee County, Mercer County, Metcalfe County, Michaela Boeglin, Michala Stillwell, Miranda Robinson, Montgomery County, Morgan Askins, Muhlenberg County, Murray State University, Neely Williams, Nelson County, Nick Hope, Noah Carter, Noah Ferguson, Paige Cecil, Pulaski County, Randa Morris, Research Farms, Rockcastle County, Ryan Tolson, Samantha Vick, Sammie Arnold, Sarah Holder, Sessions, Shayla Berry, Shelby Bellah, Shelby County, Sierra Long, Simpson County, Sophia Brown, Students, Summer, Sydney Willingham, Tanner Erlandson, Taylor County, Taylor Gray, Tia Penrod, Todd County, Tori Barton, Travis Fry, Trigg County, Union County, University of Kentucky, Warren County, Wayne County, Will Holbrook, Women and Young Farmer Programs, Zach DeBord, Zach Flaherty
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4. Sheep cheese maker is unique
Tags: Bath County, Bluegrass Chevre, Cabinet for Health and Family Services, cheese, Christian, Colleen Dotson, Cows, David Major, Frank Jackson, Georgetown, Good Shepard Cheese, Gourmet, Josh Dotson, Kentucky Milk Safety Branch, Lexington, Milk, Pyrenees Mountains, Sanford Dotson, Sheep, Susan Miller, Susan Schoenian, Toyota Motor Manufacturing, University of Maryland's Western Maryland Research & Education Center, Vermont Shepherd Dairy
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5. Butler County Farm Bureau honored as Kentucky Farm Bureau’s 2014 “Top County”
Tags: Barren County, Bath County, Boone County, Breathitt County, Breckinridge County, Butler County, Caldwell County, Campbell County, Carroll County, Clark County, Cumberland County, Floyd County, Grayson County, Greenup County, Harrison County, Hopkins County, Lee County, Lewis County, Logan County, Madison County, McCracken County, Mercer County, Robertson County, Russell County, Shelby County, Spencer County, Top County, Trigg County, Union County, Webster County
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6. Across Kentucky - January 14, 2014
Tags: Bath County, Kentucky Cattlemens Association, Lexington, Mike Bach, Prices
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7. Elections held during Kentucky Farm Bureau’s 94th annual meeting
Tags: Adair County, Alex Barnett, Anderson County, Annual Meeting, Barren County, Bath County, Betty Farris, Bige Hensley, Bourbon COunty, Boyle County, Brandon Davis, Breathitt, Breckinridge County, Butler County, Calloway County, Carroll Amyx, Carter County, cattle, Clark County, Clay County, Cumberland County, Danny Wilkinson, David Beck, David Campbell, David Chappell, David McGlone, Don Haney, Eddie Melton, Franklin County, Fritz Giesecke, Fulton County, Glenn Howell, Hardin County, Harrison County, Hart County, Henry County, Holden Williams, Horse Cave Ky, Jason McGlone, Jay Coleman, Joe Paul Mattingly, Kelly Thurman, KFB, Kim McCoy, Larry Thomas, Lincoln County, Logan County, Lydia Giesecke, Marion County, Mark Haney, Marshall County, Marshall Coyle, Mary Kate Kordes, Matt Gajdzik, McLean County, Mickey Sirls, Muhlenberg County, Nancy Cox, Nancy Ky, Nick Carter, Orchard, Owen County, Patrick Henderson, Phyllis Amyx, Pulaski County, Randy Chrisman, Regina Melton, Russell Poore, Scott Smith, Scott Travis, Shane Wiseman, Shelby County, Southern States Cooperative, Spencer County, Terry Gilbert, Terry Rowlett, Tripp Furches, Webster County, Wolfe County
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8. Ninety-four high school students to attend Institute for Future Agriculture Leaders
Tags: Aaron Lynn, Alana Pack, Alex Housman, Alex Skidmore, Alicia Lee, Allen County, Ally Barnett, Amanda Arnett, Anderson County, Anna Curlin, Anthony Mattingly, Ashley Craigmyle, Ashley Norman, Austin Cooper, Austin Hazelwood, Austin Stillwell, Bath County, Ben Anthony, Bourbon COunty, Boyd County, Boyle County, Bracken County, Brandon Clark, Breckinridge County, Briana Fellows, Brice Whittington, Brooke Spillman, Brooklyn Shaw, Bryce Phillips, Bullitt County, Butler County, Caldwell County, Caleb Brannon, Caleb Slone, Calloway County, Campbell County, Carson Cline, Cassie Lansdale, Chet Flaherty, Chip Ellis II, Christian County, Claire Waggoner, Cody Grove, Cody Pryor, Coleman Stivers, Colt Litkenhus, Courtney Riggs, Cumberland County, Daniel Ingram, Darilyn Browning, Daviess County, Devinann Gibson, Dustin Stewart, Dusty Mallory, Dylan Burton, Elizabeth Hinton, Emily Warren, Erica Rogers, Ethan Turley, Fayette County, Fleming County, Franklin County, Gallatin County, Gared Dalton, Georgia Kate Ray, Grant County, Grayson County, Hannah Adamson, Hardin County, Hart County, Henderson County, Henry County, Hopkins County, Institute for Agricultural Leaders, Isaac Logsdon, Jacey King, Jacqueline Evans, James Kash, Janna Rae Cline, Jefferson County, Johnson County, Jonathan West, Jordan Stone, Josh Boggs, Kaitlynn Brown, Katelyn Carter, Kathrine Ditmore, Kayla Ferrell, Kayla Harrell, Kelsie Bewley, KFB, Knox County, Kullen Floyd, Kyle DeVary, Kyle Schenck, Lacee Crail, LaRue County, Lawrence County, LeAnn Mackey, Lee County, Letcher County, Logan County, Luke Watson, Madison County, Marion County, Marissa Barnes, Marshall County, Mary Elizabeth Roeder, Mary Madison Lyons, McCracken County, McCreary County, Meade County, Megan Ballard, Menifee County, Mercer County, Michael Hudkins, Michael Lacy, Monroe County, Montgomery County, Morgan Shoemaker, Murray State University, Natalie Davis, Nathan Cherry, Nelson County, Oldham County, Owen Bell, Patrick Campbell, Rachel Glass, Rachel Simmons, Russell County, Samantha Garrett, Sarah Stults, Savanna Woodall, Scott County, Shelby County, Spencer Coleman, Spencer County, Stacy Lowe, Stephen Carney, Taylor County, Taylor Grider, Taylor Hudson, Thomas Poole, Tiffany Muse, Todd County, Tori Conley, Tori Young, Trigg County, Tyler Goodlett, Union County, University of Kentucky, Vasi Wilk, Warren County, Washington County, Webster County, Will Metcalfe, Zoni Copher
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9. Across Kentucky - January 2, 2013
Tags: Amy Stanton, Award, Bath County, Education, Morehead State University, Veterinary Medicine
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10. Amy Staton receives Kentucky Farm Bureau’s 2013 Women’s Educational Grant
Tags: Amy Staton, Annual Meeting, Bath County, Galt House, KFB, Louisville, Morehead State University
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