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VOTING DELEGATES—



Agriculture leaders from Milam County Farm Bureau participated as voting delegates at the 80th annual Texas Farm Bureau meeting held Dec. 7-9 in San Antonio. Those attending were (front row, L-R) Jana Beckhusen, Carolyn Cobb, Darleen Tucker, (back row) Jay Beckhusen, Derwood Cobb, Durwood Tucker. Discussion of the latest agriculture issues, recognition of top county Farm Bureaus and individuals and evaluation of the organization’s policies was the task for more than 1,020 delegates from 144 organized county Farm Bureaus. County delegates voted on proposed policy changes during the meeting’s business session. Addressing the delegates was TFB President Kenneth Dierschke of San Angelo and Vernie Glasson, TFB executive director. Agriculture leaders from Milam County Farm Bureau participated as voting delegates at the 80th annual Texas Farm Bureau meeting held Dec. 7-9 in San Antonio. Those attending were (front row, L-R) Jana Beckhusen, Carolyn Cobb, Darleen Tucker, (back row) Jay Beckhusen, Derwood Cobb, Durwood Tucker. Discussion of the latest agriculture issues, recognition of top county Farm Bureaus and individuals and evaluation of the organization’s policies was the task for more than 1,020 delegates from 144 organized county Farm Bureaus. County delegates voted on proposed policy changes during the meeting’s business session. Addressing the delegates was TFB President Kenneth Dierschke of San Angelo and Vernie Glasson, TFB executive director.

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The burn ban for Milam County has been lifted. Burning is always prohibited in the county's municipalities.


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