It was standing room only at the 4th Annual Ag Impact Breakfast held on September 4th. Pictured above attendees enjoyed breakfast provided and prepared by the Giles County Young Farmers & Ranchers (YF&R). This year’s guest speaker was TN Commissioner of Agriculture Julius Johnson. The diversity of attendance is widespread. The event drew the largest crowd yet which included business owners, farmers, ranchers, and out of town guest.

The Giles County Soil Conservation District supports the Ag Impact Breakfast with a donation to the YF&R. Chip Rose, Giles County SCD Technician (pictured in photo below, back row, 3rd from left) serves as the YF&R President.

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Giles County Soil Conservation District is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer.