New program launches, alterations to existing programs, and a stronger emphasis on farm impact are paying off for Kentucky Proud members, the Kentucky Department of Agriculture’s Kristen Branscum told a legislative panel.
Jill Partin was raising and breeding dairy goats three years ago on her Appalachia Animal Farm in Laurel County when she encountered a problem. “I had all this goat’s milk that I didn’t know what to do with,” Jill said.
On the “Inside School Food” radio show, the Kentucky Department of Agriculture’s Tina Garland talks about the opportunities, obstacles, and successes of the Kentucky Proud Farm to School Program. (Interview starts at 20:26). LISTEN
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