Virtual summit on March 3 will highlight Kentucky's agriculture resiliency
"If 2020 showed us anything, it was the importance of supporting local farmers and food producers," Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner Dr. Ryan Quarles said. "Even though the conference will occur virtually this year, it is more important than ever before that we continue having this conversation about growing food and jobs for all Kentuckians."
1.85 million acres of soybeans were planted in Kentucky during 2020, and all but 10,000 acres were harvested.
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