Farm Bureau board attends meeting


Photos submitted Members of the Harlan County Farm Bureau board recently attended the 2016 District 11 Policy Development meeting held at Jabo’s Coal Mountain Restaurant in Hazard. Those attending were, from left: Jim Coram, Ida and Bill Middleton, Don Miniard, Dustin Miniard, Nobe Baker, Paul and Mary Ann Caldwell, Nola Sizemore, Ineda Howard and Nathan Boggs.


Kentucky Farm Bureau Public Affairs Director Jeff Harper presented legislative updates during the District 11 Policy Development meeting, which included state tax reform and how it affects agriculture and farmers along with property taxes and agricultural and forestry assessments. He also discussed Governor Matt Bevan’s “Red Tape Initiative.”


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Members of the Harlan County Farm Bureau board recently attended the 2016 District 11 Policy Development meeting held at Jabo’s Coal Mountain Restaurant in Hazard. Those attending were, from left: Jim Coram, Ida and Bill Middleton, Don Miniard, Dustin Miniard, Nobe Baker, Paul and Mary Ann Caldwell, Nola Sizemore, Ineda Howard and Nathan Boggs.

Kentucky Farm Bureau Public Affairs Director Jeff Harper presented legislative updates during the District 11 Policy Development meeting, which included state tax reform and how it affects agriculture and farmers along with property taxes and agricultural and forestry assessments. He also discussed Governor Matt Bevan’s “Red Tape Initiative.”

Photos submitted Members of the Harlan County Farm Bureau board recently attended the 2016 District 11 Policy Development meeting held at Jabo’s Coal Mountain Restaurant in Hazard. Those attending were, from left: Jim Coram, Ida and Bill Middleton, Don Miniard, Dustin Miniard, Nobe Baker, Paul and Mary Ann Caldwell, Nola Sizemore, Ineda Howard and Nathan Boggs.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_Farm-Bureau.jpgPhotos submitted Members of the Harlan County Farm Bureau board recently attended the 2016 District 11 Policy Development meeting held at Jabo’s Coal Mountain Restaurant in Hazard. Those attending were, from left: Jim Coram, Ida and Bill Middleton, Don Miniard, Dustin Miniard, Nobe Baker, Paul and Mary Ann Caldwell, Nola Sizemore, Ineda Howard and Nathan Boggs.

Kentucky Farm Bureau Public Affairs Director Jeff Harper presented legislative updates during the District 11 Policy Development meeting, which included state tax reform and how it affects agriculture and farmers along with property taxes and agricultural and forestry assessments. He also discussed Governor Matt Bevan’s “Red Tape Initiative.”
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_Farm-Bureau-2.jpgKentucky Farm Bureau Public Affairs Director Jeff Harper presented legislative updates during the District 11 Policy Development meeting, which included state tax reform and how it affects agriculture and farmers along with property taxes and agricultural and forestry assessments. He also discussed Governor Matt Bevan’s “Red Tape Initiative.”
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