Floyd County Farm Bureau Members Meet with Kentucky Senator Johnny Ray Turner - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Floyd County Farm Bureau Members Meet with Kentucky Senator Johnny Ray Turner

Floyd County Farm Bureau President Saul Akers and Vice President Billy Hicks met with Kentucky Senator Johnny Ray Turner at his office in Frankfort during Kentucky Farm Bureau’s Legislative Drive-In Day.  Senator Turner received a basket of Kentucky-grown agricultural products before sitting down to discuss issues of importance to agriculture and rural communities.

Kentucky Senator Johnny Ray Turner receives a basket of Kentucky agricultural products from Kentucky Farm Bureau.
Kentucky Senator Johnny Ray Turner receives a basket of Kentucky agricultural products from Kentucky Farm Bureau.
Kentucky Senator Johnny Ray Turner meets with Floyd County Farm Bureau President Saul Akers and Floyd County Farm Bureau Vice President Billy Hicks during Kentucky Farm Bureau’s Legislative Drive-In Day.
Kentucky Senator Johnny Ray Turner, Floyd County Farm Bureau President Saul Akers and Floyd County Farm Bureau Vice President Billy Hicks discuss the issues.  The meeting was held during Kentucky Farm Bureau’s Legislative Drive-In Day.

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