DELEGATES—


DELEGATES—Six voting delegates from Milam County Farm Bureau recently participated in the   76 t h annual Texas Farm Bureau convention, held D ec. 5-7 in Fort Worth. Policies direc t ing the   state’s lar gest farm organization were adopted by more than 1200 delegates from 207 organized         farm bureaus. Approved recommendations on national policies will advance to the American Farm  Bureau Fed eration annual me eting to be held in Ja nuar y in Seattle, WA. A ddressing the delega tes  were Kenneth Dirschke of San Angelo, TF B president and Vernie G lasson, TFB executive director. The    business session c overed the final da y of the me eting. Attending were (front, L- R) Darlene Tuc ker,   Ja na Beckhusen, Carolyn Cobb; s tanding, Durwood Tuc ker, Jay Be ck husen, Derwood Cobb. DELEGATES—Six voting delegates from Milam County Farm Bureau recently participated in the 76 t h annual Texas Farm Bureau convention, held D ec. 5-7 in Fort Worth. Policies direc t ing the state’s lar gest farm organization were adopted by more than 1200 delegates from 207 organized farm bureaus. Approved recommendations on national policies will advance to the American Farm Bureau Fed eration annual me eting to be held in Ja nuar y in Seattle, WA. A ddressing the delega tes were Kenneth Dirschke of San Angelo, TF B president and Vernie G lasson, TFB executive director. The business session c overed the final da y of the me eting. Attending were (front, L- R) Darlene Tuc ker, Ja na Beckhusen, Carolyn Cobb; s tanding, Durwood Tuc ker, Jay Be ck husen, Derwood Cobb.


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