HomeGrown HideAways of Berea, KY Named Best Agritourism Startup by American Farm Bureau Federation - Kentucky Farm Bureau

HomeGrown HideAways of Berea, KY Named Best Agritourism Startup by American Farm Bureau Federation

 

Jessa and Nathan Turner of HomeGrown HideAways were presented with $10,000 by David Mayo, Madison County Agency Manager-Berea and Richie Cobb, Madison County Farm Bureau President, for being named Best Agritourism Startup in the American Farm Bureau Federation 2018 Rural Entrepreneurship Challenge.

 

(left to right) David Mayo, Madison County Agency Manager-Berea; Nathan and Jessa Turner of HomeGrown HideAways; Richie Cobb, Madison County Farm Bureau President

 

 

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