The Christian County Fiscal Court says the deadstock removal program continues to be successful for the farmers in the county thanks to the help of several organizations. Christian County Attorney Mike Foster says the success of the program is because of the help of other groups.
This includes the Christian County Conservation District, which presented a five-thousand dollar check to the county Tuesday. Christian County Judge Executive Steve Tribble says the program is a necessity, which almost stopped being.
Foster says Christian County is one of the few in the state to offer the program.
The program in all costs the county about 51-thousand dollars a year, but is off set by the 35 dollar fee for farmers, a 12-thousand five-hundred dollar grant from the Ag Commissioner's office, and the donation from the Conservation District. In other business, Fiscal Court approved a payment request to the Trilogy Center.
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