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Kentucky Farm Bureau (KFB) concluded its 94th annual meeting with its Board of Directors approving condensed lists of priority issues for 2014, according to a press release. The organization’s delegates adopted policy positions at its business session on Friday.
Most of KFB’s chief concerns are ongoing, including maintaining funding for the state’s agricultural development initiative and opposing any attempt to freeze the state real property tax rate. Kentucky’s rural road fund and hefty wildlife population were other topics given top attention.
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