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Anne Bays Wins Second in National Contest

Picture2Anne Bays, co-owner and operator of Moonlight farms in Corbin KY, won second place in the National Forage Spokesperson Contest at the recent meeting of the American Forage and Grassland Council. Anne was selected to represent KY at the Oct. Grazing Conference, co-hosted by the KFGC and University of Kentucky. As the Kentucky winner, Anne went on to the national AFGC competition in St. Louis Missouri on January 7, 2019. At the national contest, Anne placed second in a highly competitive field of six speakers from across the central and eastern US.

Anne and her husband, John, own and operate Moonlight Farm, a family farm that focuses on producing grass fed/grass finished beef, pastured pork, and free range chicken. Their beef comes from Scottish Highland Cattle, and is USDA Certified Grass Fed. They also raise and sell meat from Red Wattle Hogs and free-range chickens. They market their meat through local farmers markets, as a CSA farm. They have recently purchased a meat processing operation and storefront to market their products. For more info go to: https://www.facebook.com/MoonlightFarmLLC/

~ Jimmy Henning

Kentucky has raised many forage leaders now working around the country. Other KY resident and KY natives recognized at the AFGC Conference include:

Krista Lea—Early Career Award

Don Ball—Allen Illumination Award

Scott Flynn—Merit Award

Jennifer Tucker—Merit Award

 

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