Logan County Farm Bureau AG Appreciation Luncheon
Logan County Farm Bureau participated in the Logan County Ag Appreciation Luncheon held at the Logan County Extension Office on March 10.
During the event, Jennifer Ferris, Jerry Hughes and Carrell Hughes promoted Farm Bureau by talking with and handing out promotional material to attendees.
Logan County FFA President Lindsey Brinkley introduced this year's FFA student projects. This year, students are raising ornamental and garden starter plants in the high school
greenhouse to sell to the public later this spring. The students are also involved in other aspects of production agriculture including beekeeping. One student raised two acres of pinto beans and harvested them with a combine which is thought to be a first for the state of Kentucky. Another student demonstrates recipes on YouTube. This was a great opportunity for the ag community to see the vocational agriculture activities of Logan County High School.
Logan county Farm Bureau proudly supports its county FFA Chapter. Each Logan County FFA president attends the county FB board meetings and gives the FFA report. We are pleased to have Lindsey Brinkley as a member of our board this year.
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