Terry Creech named 2018 Farmer of the Year by Harlan County Farm Bureau

 

Terry Creech of Cumberland Kentucky received the 2018 Harlan County Farmer of the Year Award. Terry and Gwen Creech own and operate Appletree in Cumberland, Kentucky. 

 

Terry Creech received the 2018 Farmer of the Year award from Harlan County Farm Bureau President Don Miniard during the Harlan County Farm Bureau Annual Picnic on August 18th.

 

Appletree is open 10am-5pm Tuesday – Saturday from August 28 - December.  Appletree sells a large variety of apples including Gala, Molly’s Delicious, Winesap and Rambo.  Apple Tree is a Certified Kentucky Farm Bureau Roadside Farm Market. 

 

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