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Posted: Thursday, 19 September 2013 7:00AM

Cadiz-Trigg County Leadership Class Participating In Ag Day

The Leadership Cadiz-Trigg County class will get a first hand look at agriculture Thursday when they visit five farms. The Leadership class begins the day at Cayce Creek Farms in south Trigg County where they will learn about farming operation of Jimmy McAtee and the dark tobacco operation of Todd Harton.

Class members will also visit Riverbend Farms to learn about the row crop and livestock operation that is owned by the Baker family. The third tour stop will take place at Vinson Farms where class members will learn about the tobacco and row crop operation owned by Craig, Stephanie and Shannon Perry and family.

Following lunch at Seven Springs Farms in Wallonia, the class will learn about the farming operation at Seven Springs and Cundiff Farms in North Trigg County.
The third leadership class includes Alana Baker, Darlene Foster, Kadonna Nichols, Missy Thomas, Natalie Dixon, Pam Alexander, Shannon Perry and Beth Sumner.

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