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Fruit, vegetable conference going virtual in January

The conference will include a general session, as well as sessions on many other topics.

Quarles asks $2 million in CARES $$$ to expand meat processing

Other states have done it to bolster local processors, avoid shortages.

Buying Kentucky cheese can help feed the hungry, needy

The standalone coolers will be featured in 10 Kroger stores across the state including Lexington, Louisville, Frankfort, Elizabethtown and Richmond.

State ag department, EPA signed cooperation agreement

Agreement brings together research, education, outreach efforts.

Farmers urged to apply for coronavirus assistance

Farmers who have suffered coronavirus-related losses can get help.

‘Every Farmer Counts’ is Farm Safety Week theme

Accident deaths are down 76 percent in 25 years.

Quarles elected president of national group

Next year's national event will be in Kentucky.

Ad campaign promotes farm markets, Double Dollars to help low-income

Double Dollars accepted at 46 farm markets.

Political war of words heats up over coronavirus orders

Democrats cal out judges' partisan history.

Dairy conferences set in Bowling Green to help farmers

Two conferences in Bowling Green this week will attract dairy experts from around the country.

Race for governor tops general election in Kentucky

Here is a look at Kentucky's top races in Tuesday's general election.

Andy Barr endorses Ryan Quarles for agriculture commissioner

U.S. Rep. Andy Barr has endorsed Ryan Quarles in the Republican primary for state agriculture commissioner.

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Locust Trace, Leestown excel in FFA Bluegrass Region competition

The FFA Bluegrass Region tallied several winners from Locust Trace AgriScience Center and Leestown Middle School.

Trans women speak out about President Joe Biden’s cabinet pick

Activists in Lexington say Biden’s pick of Dr. Rachel Levine, a trans woman, for Assistant Secretary of Health is an historic moment.

Hammonds named to Link-Belt board of directors

Link-Belt is Lexington-based company.

Local leaders consider new options for yard waste disposal

The Lexington-Fayette County Urban Council said money is being wasted on its current program that turns yard waste into mulch.