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Trigg County Farm Tour



THE TRIGG COUNTY FARM TOUR IS THURSDAY, JULY 18TH, AT 8AM
We will gather starting at 8 at the Kyler Bridge Company with the program beginning at 8:30
 
FIRST STOP — David Kylers Farm (purebred gelbvieh cattle) 
 
SECOND STOP — 
Herbert Braboy farm to visit with Nick and Heather Woodruff, as well as Shane Patterson with 7 Springs Farms. This stop will focus on young people coming back in to agriculture.
 
THIRD STOP — N
ed Davis Farm to visit with Craig Bannister about his cattle operation/custom haying operation

Last stop - Vinson Farms -- Craig, Stephanie and Shannon Perry -- tobacco and grain crop production
 
A meal will be served at the last stop. For more information, contact the TC Extension office at 522-3269.
 
Thanks to these sponsors for making the 2013 Trigg County Farm Tour possible:
  
Gold Level Sponsors--Trigg County Farm Bureau Federation
                                   Roeder Implement, Your John Deere Dealer
                                   FNB  Bank
                                   WKDZ Radio
 
Silver Level sponsors--Heritage Bank
                                    H & R Agri-Power

                                    Trigg County Chamber of Commerce
                                    Security Seed and Chemical
                                    Farm Credit Services

 
 
Bronze level sponsors--Gavilon (better known as Peavey)
                                     Bank of Cadiz
                                     Pennyrile Electric
                                    


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Locations : Trigg County
People : Junior Adams Farms
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