‘On the Farm’ discussion


From left, dairy farmer Richard Henricks, veterinarian Dr. Christine Greiner, dietitian Karen Bakies, and farmer and agriculture teacher Whitney Short took part May 16 in a question and answer session at Ladies Night on the Farm, a precursor to Fulton County Breakfast on the Farm, to be held June 15 on the Henricks and Kreiger dairy farm east of Fayette. “Ladies Night” included a tour of the facilities, a dinner and grazing stations, and relevant discussions on dairy farms and food production practices.

From left, dairy farmer Richard Henricks, veterinarian Dr. Christine Greiner, dietitian Karen Bakies, and farmer and agriculture teacher Whitney Short took part May 16 in a question and answer session at Ladies Night on the Farm, a precursor to Fulton County Breakfast on the Farm, to be held June 15 on the Henricks and Kreiger dairy farm east of Fayette. “Ladies Night” included a tour of the facilities, a dinner and grazing stations, and relevant discussions on dairy farms and food production practices.


From left, dairy farmer Richard Henricks, veterinarian Dr. Christine Greiner, dietitian Karen Bakies, and farmer and agriculture teacher Whitney Short took part May 16 in a question and answer session at Ladies Night on the Farm, a precursor to Fulton County Breakfast on the Farm, to be held June 15 on the Henricks and Kreiger dairy farm east of Fayette. “Ladies Night” included a tour of the facilities, a dinner and grazing stations, and relevant discussions on dairy farms and food production practices.

From left, dairy farmer Richard Henricks, veterinarian Dr. Christine Greiner, dietitian Karen Bakies, and farmer and agriculture teacher Whitney Short took part May 16 in a question and answer session at Ladies Night on the Farm, a precursor to Fulton County Breakfast on the Farm, to be held June 15 on the Henricks and Kreiger dairy farm east of Fayette. “Ladies Night” included a tour of the facilities, a dinner and grazing stations, and relevant discussions on dairy farms and food production practices.
https://www.fcnews.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/45/2019/05/web1_ladies-night-on-the-farm.jpgFrom left, dairy farmer Richard Henricks, veterinarian Dr. Christine Greiner, dietitian Karen Bakies, and farmer and agriculture teacher Whitney Short took part May 16 in a question and answer session at Ladies Night on the Farm, a precursor to Fulton County Breakfast on the Farm, to be held June 15 on the Henricks and Kreiger dairy farm east of Fayette. “Ladies Night” included a tour of the facilities, a dinner and grazing stations, and relevant discussions on dairy farms and food production practices.