Harlan County Farm Bureau Young Farmers attended the Young Farmer Leadership Conference

 

Harlan County Farm Bureau Young Farmers attended the 2018 KYFB Young Farmer Winter Outing in Louisville.  Over 300 Young Farmers from all across the state convened to talk about agriculture, legislation, and to share new ideas about farming. 

 

Pictured from Right to Left:  Cameron Sizemore, Young Farmer; Nathan and Lindsey Boggs, Young Farmer Chairs & KYFB YF State Advisory Committee; Amy Grochowsky, Young Farmer; and Dustin Miniard, Young Farmer & Board Member.
An enthusiastic group of young farmers attended the Kentucky Young Farmer Conference.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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