A Bi-Monthly News Roundup from the Kentucky Department of Agriculture
Vol. 15 | No. 22
Tuesday, November 22, 2022
Three northern Ky. wineries win Commissioner's Cups in annual Ky. Commercial Wine Competition
Three northern Kentucky wineries, all within a 40-mile radius of each other, won three of the five Commissioner's Cup awards. Brianza Gardens & Winery near Crittenden took home its third Commissioner's Cup in the 10th year of the annual competition. Gunpowder Creek Vineyards in Boone County and Rose Hill Farm Winery in Pendleton County were both presented with their first cups.
Happy Thanksgiving from Commissioner Ryan Quarles

“One of the things I'm grateful for is the hard work of the Ky. farmer,” Commissioner of Agriculture Dr. Ryan Quarles said.
Gifts of deer, dollars help feed low-income Kentuckians

“Hunters can make this special time of year even better by donating,” Commissioner Quarles said.
USDA expands local foods
in school meals in Kentucky

Through a cooperative agreement, KDA will purchase and distribute local and regional foods and beverages for Kentucky schools.
Kentucky farm fact

There are only 54 veterinarians in Kentucky dedicated to full-time services of large animals. Only 5 percent of veterinarians in the nation practice on large animals.
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