Harlan County Farm Bureau advocates on behalf of agriculture - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Harlan County Farm Bureau advocates on behalf of agriculture

 

Members of Harlan County Farm Bureau traveled to Washington D.C. for Kentucky Farm Bureau's annual Congressional Tour and met with legislators to discuss issues that are important to Kentucky's farm families.

 

Photographed above:  Don Miniard, President of Harlan County Farm, and Hal Rogers, U.S. Representative for Kentucky's 5th congressional district.

 

Photographed above:  Don Miniard, President of Harlan County Farm Bureau, and Dustin Miniard, Harlan County Farm Bureau Board Member.

 

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