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Youth Invigorates The Monroe County Pork Producers

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High school students attending the Monroe County Pork Producers Annual Meeting are, left to right, Corey Stumpf, Columbia FFA; Lauren Fahey, WHS Consumer and Family Science; Drew Stumpf, Columbia FFA; Haley Bode, Waterloo FFA; Brooke Arendell, WHS Consumer and Family Science; Charlie Dake, Waterloo FFA; Reid Schilling, Waterloo FFA; and Jane Kaniecki, WHS Consumer and Family Science.
High school students attending the Monroe County Pork Producers Annual Meeting are, left to right, Corey Stumpf, Columbia FFA; Lauren Fahey, WHS Consumer and Family Science; Drew Stumpf, Columbia FFA; Haley Bode, Waterloo FFA; Brooke Arendell, WHS Consumer and Family Science; Charlie Dake, Waterloo FFA; Reid Schilling, Waterloo FFA; and Jane Kaniecki, WHS Consumer and Family Science.

The Monroe County Pork Producers met Jan. 23 in Valmeyer to discuss some burnt odds and ends from their activities throughout 2019 and to set the course for 2020. One of the evening’s main topics was the value a consumer receives for incorporating healthy, low fat, high protein pork cuts into their meal making and …

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