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Adair County Cattlemen's Annual Picnic & Membership Drive
Goal is to raise number of members to 300; goal almost reached in 2016, when membership rose by 30, to 278
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By Nick Roy, Adair Co. Extension Agent for Agriculture & Natural Resources
The Adair County Cattlemen's Association will be celebrating the beginning of the new fiscal year with the annual picnic on Monday, September 18, 2017 at 6:30pmCT at the Adair County Extension Office, 409 Fairground Street, Columbia, KY. All members and individuals who would like to become members or have an interest in cattle are invited to attend.
The Adair County Cattlemen's Association will once again reach for 300 members. Last year, the Association came close raising membership from 248 to 278 members. Membership dues for single membership is $30 per year and couples membership is $45. Businesses also have the opportunity to join as a corporate member for $200. Everyone who pays their dues by the November Cattlemen's Association meeting will be entered into a prize drawing. Two winners will receive a free hay ring or feeder.
Current members of the Adair County Cattlemen's Association are encouraged to recruit new members. The current member who recruits the most new members will receive FREE artificial insemination service on 10 head of cattle. Select Sires Mid-America is sponsoring the contest donating the semen. The Association will also cover the expenses synchronizing the cattle for timed insemination and will also provide technician services. To be counted, the recruited member will need to state who recruited them at the time of paying dues. - Nick Roy
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