Marion County Farm Bureau Members Attend the Kentucky Bureau Leadership Conference

 

Members of Marion County Farm Bureau were among more than 300 young farmers and farm families from across Kentucky that attended the Kentucky Farm Bureau (KFB) Young Farmer Leadership Conference at the Embassy Suites in Lexington.

The Kentucky Farm Bureau (KFB) Young Farmer Leadership Conference provides young farmers and their families an opportunity to hear from KFB leadership about a number of topics, tour interesting ag-related facilities and businesses, and to enjoy a weekend of fellowship and networking with farming families from across the state.

 

Marion County Farm Bureau group at the Kentucky Farm Bureau Leadership Conference.

 

Marion County Farm Bureau Young Farmer Chairman Matthew Mattingly and family at the Kentucky Farm Bureau Leadership Conference.

 

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