Brandon and Lauren Robey Named Logan County Farm Bureau Young Farm Family of the Year

Pictured above: Logan County Farm Bureau immediate past president Jay Campbell, Lauren Robey (with son Finn Robey), Brandon Robey and Logan County Farm Bureau President Doug Milliken. 

Brandon and Lauren Robey were named the 2020 Logan County Farm Bureau Young Farm Family of the Year.  The Robey's own “Double R Farms” which is located in South Logan County near Adairville. They began farming in 2012 and currently farm nearly 5,200 acres of corn, wheat and soybeans. 

The award was presented by Logan County Farm Bureau President Doug Milliken and immediate past president Jay Campbell.  In addition to a plaque, Brandon and Lauren were presented gifts from Hutson Ag, Southern States, TSC and Logan County Farm Bureau. 

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