Local Farmer in Japan on State Trade Mission
Ray Allan Mackey is 13 hours ahead of everyone in Hardin County.
Mackey, a local farmer and board member for the Kentucky Corn Promotion Council, arrived Sunday evening in Japan to take part in an international trade mission with the United States Meat Export Federation to advocate for Kentucky farmers. He will be in Japan through Friday.
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