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Ben Loy, Nick Roy, were delegates to Beef Conference in NC

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Adair County beef farmer Ben Loy and County Extension Agent Nick Roy attended the Kentucky Beef IRM (Integrated Resource Management) Conference held in Asheville, North Carolina this week.

Thirty Kentucky counties were represented. Delegates identified the top five challenges facing Kentucky's beef industry and developed action plans to address these challenges.

The action plans will aid in directing the programs of both county and state level Extension programs and Cattleman's Associations. Adair County will develop its own Beef IRM team to work locally in growing the Adair County's Beef Industry.

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Delegates Ben Loy, Nick Roy, in Asheville, NC

2012-08-30 - Asheville, NC - Photo Innocent bystander.
Adair County beef farmer Ben Loy and Extension Agent Nick Roy attended the Kentucky Beef IRM Conference held in Ashville, North Carolina this week. IRM stands for Integrated Resource Management.

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