Jerry Hughes Receives the Logan County Bureau Distinguished Service to Farm Bureau Award - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Jerry Hughes Receives the Logan County Bureau Distinguished Service to Farm Bureau Award

Logan County Farm Bureau President Doug Milliken presents Jerry Hughes the 2020 Logan County Farm Bureau Distinguished Service to Farm Bureau Award. 

Jerry Hughes received the Logan County Distinguished Service to Farm Bureau Award. Jerry has been a member of the Logan County Farm Bureau Board for 23 years and has served on several committees including Policy Development, Legislative, Feed Grains, and Wheat and Soybeans. He also serves on the KFB State Feed Grains Advisory Board. His wife Carrell has supported him through the years with these activities. 

Jerry farmed with his brother Guy Hughes in the Auburn area for 47 years. They ran a dairy for many years and also raised corn, wheat and soybeans.  The award was presented by Logan County Farm Bureau President Doug Milliken.

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