Logan County Farm Bureau Takes Home Honors at Kentucky Farm Bureau's Annual Meeting

 

Members of the Logan County Farm Bureau attended the state annual meeting of Kentucky Farm Bureau held at the Galt House in Louisville this past December.

Jay and Trish Campbell were first place winners in the Excellence in Agriculture Contest. They won a John Deere Gator from Farm Credit Mid-America and an expense paid trip to the 2018 American Farm Bureau Annual Meeting at the Opry Land Hotel in Nashville. 

Lilly Robertson was a Discussion Meet finalist and won $200 from KYFB. Logan County Farm Bureau also received Gold Star of excellence awards for its Women’s Program and its Young Farmer program for 2017.

 

Pictured from left to right:  Jerry Hughes, Carrell Hughes, John Alcott, Myra Alcott, Ray Hughes, Delain Hughes, Doug Milliken, Karen Milliken, Trisha Campbell, Blane Campbell and Jay Campbell

 

 

 

 

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