Agriculture boards and commissions receive appointments, reappointments

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FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ/Press Launch) – Commissioner of Agriculture Dr. Ryan Quarles has made The subsequent appointments to boards and commissions:

— Appointed Michael Peterson and reappointed Fritz Giesecke to the Kentucky Agricultural Enchancment Board.

  • Michael Peterson, of Nancy, is a farmer and the president of KNS, Inc. Animal Vitamin. Mr. Peterson shall symbolize lively farmers And might serve for a time period expiring July 6, 2025.
  • Fritz Giesecke, of Horse Cave, is a farmer. Mr. Giesecke shall symbolize the Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation And might serve for a time period expiring July 6, 2025.

— Reappointed to the  Kentucky Agricultural Finance Company:

  • Frank Penn, of Lexington, is a farmer. Mr. Penn shall symbolize equine farmers And might serve for a time period expiring June 26, 2025.
  • Larry Brown Jaggers, of Glendale, is a farmer. Mr. Jaggers shall symbolize dairy farmers And might serve for a time period expiring June 26, 2025.
  • Kenneth Burdine, of Nicholasville, is an agricultural economist On the College of Kentucky. Dr. Burdine shall symbolize agricultural economists And might serve for a time period expiring June 26, 2025.
  • Linda Rumpke, of Bardstown, is a banker. Ms. Rumpke shall symbolize enterprise lending officers And might serve for a time period expiring June 26, 2025.

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