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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 November 1988

November, 1988 srhat we do best Thank Women's Committee at convention Did you know that November is Farm Women's Month? Many of our county Women's Committees often take advantage of this occasion by having local officials sign a proclamation honoring Farm Women in their area. Our own Gov. Gerald Baliles has signed a proclamation for the state of Virginia recognizing all of Virginia's Farm Women and their "contributions to-Virginia communities, organizations and churches." I would like to take advantage of this special month to recognize our State Helen Neese State Women's Chairperson Farm Bureau WOMEN Women's Committee and the vital role it plays in Farm Bureau. Each year our president appoints a committee of women representing the seven districts across our state. These women come from varied backgrounds, and the time they volunteer to Farm Bureau is time that otherwise would be spent with their farms, churches community activities, jobs off the farm and on managing their families....

Publication Title: Farm Bureau News
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 November 1988

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Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 November 1988

November, 1988 'Lean' is password from heart, beef and pork groups By KATHY BUTLER VFBF News Editor If you want to read something that will do your heart good, grab a copy of a new brochure, "A Guide to Heart-Healthy Eating." This educational publication on lean beef and pork carries the red heart and torch that symbolize the American Heart Association and its Virginia affiliate. And you probably thought you had to stay away from these meats for your heart's sake. The pamphlet was made possible by a grant from the Virginia Pork Industry Association and the Virginia Cattle Industry Board. In it, the American Heart Association says yes to meat, with a few guidelines to protect your heart. The brochure outlines how to select lean cuts, what they should look like, how to trim fat from the pork or beef and the healthiest ways to cook the meats, as well as what to serve or not serve with them. Four recipes — like heart-healthy beef or pork stir-fry or thrifty beef pot roast — are included...

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Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 November 1988

12 New State Fair tricks fun, educational By KATHY BUTLER VFBF News Editor RICHMOND-The State Fair of Virginia had its 142 nd birthday Sept. 22—0ct.2 and celebrated 43 years at its Laburnum Avenue grounds. But the old gal had some new tricks up her country plaid sleeve this year. One was the new Horticulture Pavilion, which got a green thumbs up response from visitors who strolled through to see which landscape exhibits won awards, to chat with professional nurserymen or just rest their feet in a pretty place. The first sight and sound to greet pavilion visitors were that of a lighted, trickling fountain. There were 10 competing displays by horticulture students who worked with local nurseries and landscape designers to develop their plots to include lawn, garden, turfgrass and flower segments. The theme of the competition was Backyard Hideaway. The new Horticulture Pavilion, behind the Virginia World and Youth Building was created by the Virginia, Nurserymen's Association. It inclu...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 November 1988

November, 1988 ™IA A 1 JljfcL .jfiPlfck HP* Ik ft f iWNi ||| U The most important fact about Medicare changes is that on January 1, 1989, you'll still need extra health care protection. Your Medical Hospital Insurance is the only part of Medicare coverage that will be different in 1989. Even with Medicare benefit improvements, you still must pay part of hospital and skilled nursing home costs if you don't have a private "medigap" policy such as Blue Cross and Blue Shield. And, Medicare changes for doctors' care and prescription drugs will not be completely phased in until 1993. Blue Cross and Blue Shield and the Virginia Farm Bureau have been working together to provide you with the same excellent level of protection as before. The new Farm Bureau plans cover Medicare deductible and coinsurance amounts — the amounts that you must pay if you don't have extra protection. Benefits are also available for prescription drug benefits and other Major Medical services. Although the new law s...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 November 1988

14 Tobacco celebrated at Jubilee By KATHY BUTLER VFBF News Editor DANVILLE—The auctioneer, for 150 years, has been charged with setting the pace of tobacco sales. And the good tobacco auctioneer can sell a pile of tobacco before you can spit out your chaw. Michael Cutts of Danville is better than that — he won the Eighth Annual World Tobacco Autioneering Contest sponsored by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco USA at the Danville Harvest Jubilee Sept. 17. Cutts out-chanted 48 other professional tobacco auctioneers in the mock auction, which followed the same pattern as those of the 1800s. He will spend the next year spreading goodwill as the ambassador to the tobacco industry. The 33-year-old native of Oxford, N.C. is a third-generation tobacco auctioneer. As champ in this event, he earned $10,000 and the winner's jacket, trophy, belt buckle and diamond-and-topaz ring. The champion's wife, Susan, is a selfproclaimed fourth-generation tobacco The Gardening Dominion By Ellen M. Silva Spring brings...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 November 1988

November, 1988 SERVICES OFFERED TRAVELER'S - Specialize in Business and Vacation Travel. Kathy Austin, Glen Allen, UNIGLOBE CLASSIC TRAVEL - (804) 747-0051 Mailings - All types, confidential and efficient. Alice Alley, Riner, Va 24149, 703-382-3071. I am your Beck's Hybrid Seed Corn Dealer for Central Virginia. Call 804-589-3442. STATELINE IRRIGATION, SALES & SERVICE, HWY 52 SOUTH, CANA, VIRGINIA. 703-755-4321. FURNACES ON SALE THIS MONTH FOR YOUR FARMHOME! Free estimates. Roanoke and surrounding counties. 703-977-4626. Aldridge's Saw & Tool Sharpening Service. 7 miles south of Petersburg on U.S. 1. 804-733-8009. Bulldozing, landclearing, ponds, grading roads, etc. Call J. Wayne Melton, 804-589-8602. ANIMALS Registered Quarter Horses, weanlings, mares, yearlings. From Cody Linage, some eligible for incentive fund - 703-434-4418. BRAHMAN BULLS, 16 months, $1,250. Young Brahman/Simmental bulls also. Thorn Hill Farm. Johnson. 703-775-5220. MATCHED BELGIANS, age ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 November 1988

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 December 1988

Vol. 47, No. 12 ■tTPVI M 1 W W Jv? V^l President Ashworth Elections Ashworth, Hiatt to serve 2 years C. Wayne Ashworth, a flue cured tobacco and cut flower farmer from Pitt- sylvania County, was elected president of the Virginia Farm Bureau Federation Dec. 1 during the grassroots organization's 1988 Annual Convention in Richmond. Bruce L. Hiatt of Carroll County was elected vice president. Ashworth and Hiatt will serve for two years. Terms for these top positions have been for one year prior to this election. There were four candidates for president and three for vice president. Ashworth predicts a bright future for Farm Bureau. "I think the mood of the delegates here at the convention was a positive one. And we H move forward in increasing membership and in service to our members," he said. The new president of the state's largest farm organization has been the VFBF's vice president since February 1986 and has served as acting president since midSeptember when Robert Delano left to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 December 1988

2 Legislative priorities are everyone's concern The Virginia Farm Bureau Federation's 63rd Annual Convention drew to a successful conclusion Dec. 1 at the Richmond Marriott. During the four-day event, the state's largest farm organization elected a new president, crowned a new queen, awarded and recognized farm leaders, heard pertinent agricultural addresses from former U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Earl L. Butz and Virginia Lt. Gov. Douglas Wilder and accomplished much. But perhaps most importantly, Farm Bureau set its annual legislative agenda for the upcoming General Assembly. Of all of Farm Bureau's multi-faceted services to its 91,000 members, lobbying perhaps creates the most attention. For it is this process of grassroots representation that conveys the wants and needs of virtually every Virginia farmer and rural family. About a dozen priority resolutions were finalized at the convention during three afternoons of sometimes heated debate, as leaders from every Virginia county...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 December 1988

December, 1988 Services improve members' living standards (Continued from Page 1) "The counties are doing an excellent job with the resources they have." Some of the services provided include legislative lobbying that has helped improve the standard of living for farmers and rural families, and leadership programs through Women's and Young Farmers' activities. Farm Bureau also offers members Blue Governments urged to listen to all sides (Continued from Page 1) world's population is at five billion now and will increase by three-fourths in just 33 years. Mankind's biggest challenge will be to feed those eight billion people, yet farmland is being lost to concrete and our government is paying farmers to cut back, said Butz. "We've got to get over the idea that everybody who wants to farm should be guaranteed success... We don't do it for filling station and supermarket operators." The challenge to feed the hungry and improve people's diets can be met if profitability is put back into ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 December 1988

4 Beach farmer named VFBF Woman of Year Virginia Beach conjures up images of summer vacationing, but the resort capital is also home to the Virginia Farm Bureau Federation's 1988 Farm Woman of the Year. Diane F. Horsely received the award during the VFBF's 1988 Annual Convention in Richmond Nov. 29. The annual award recognizes a farm woman who exemplifies the importance and achievements of women in the operation of their family farm and business. Ms. Horsely is secretary and bookkeeper for the family grain and hog operation that spans 1,150 acres in fertile flatlands near the Atlantic Ocean. She and her husband, Don, have two children and raise 375 acres of soybeans, 285 acres of corn, 300 acres of wheat and own a 50-sow operation. They market about 800 hogs a year. "I take special pride in being a farm wife and mother and all the many things this encompasses," she noted. Ms. Horsely describes herself as "a child raiser, gardener, interior decorator, hired hand, nurse, secretary/boo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 December 1988

December, 1988 If you have better things to do than read this ad, you'll love our convenient Medicare Extended ■ With Farm Bureau H AJR macy files your Medicare Extended I claim for you. Plus protection, Medicare Extended you'll like the security of knowing that your Plus pays the rest —up to the generic drug most important hospital and medical allowable amount. expenses are taken care of. Throughout the year, anytime you need You'll also like the time saved by the new service, it's readily available — through your Generic Prescription Drug Program. Simply local Farm Bureau office or with Blue Cross show your Blue Cross and Blue Shield and Blue Shield's statewide toll-free service. subscriber identification card to the phar- For excellent protection, convenient macist and pay part of the cost of the pre- service and more spare time, contact your scription — $10 at contracting pharmacies Farm Bureau Secretary today and ask about or $12 at non-contracting pharmacies. our Medicare g. C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 December 1988

1988 Diamond Awards to counties Structure «ikl §|j§iv>*4-- AjlPubJfe' Affairs Pitliltl Procedures ** ..... Young Farmers 1 .PS Econqinfc Senrkaes:':!! Women's Activities Commodity Activities Communications [1133 Quota-no diamonds Greensville Northampton Rappahannock Quota plus two diamonds i Accomack & Campbell Charles City-James A City-New Kent ~ Cumberland Fauquier Frederick A Quota plus four diamonds Albemarle 4 ft Amherst \^\ Appomattox A ft Fluvanna Lee Madison 4 ft Prince Edward c _ s «JJ ft "i* Quota plus Ave diamonds Brunswick m £03 n v Loudoun Montgomery £== 4 ffl ft [>, Northumberland/ <, A « „ Lancaster HOH H 1 \ Quota plus six diamonds Rockingham s m ft ts, Shenandoah 4 ft tv, Loudoun wins Superior County award again Loudoun County Farm Bureau President Bruce Mcintosh beamed as he accepted the Superior County award. That's because this is the second year the county organization has captured the award. Mcintosh was presented a ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 December 1988

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 December 1988

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 December 1988

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 December 1988

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 December 1988

December, 1988 Miss VFBF '89 says farmers need freedom " » nr » n ii.i. o 1 1 Eighteen-year-old Traci K. Rickman of Halifax County was named Miss Virginia Farm Bureau 1989 at the Virginia Farm Bureau Federation's 1988 Annual Convention in Richmond Dec. 28 during the Family Night program. She was among 18 contestants and five finalists in the competition, which is a vehicle to promote the state's largest farm organization through youth leadership. First runner-up was Beth Wright of Washington County. Before the new queen was named, Miss Farm Bureau for 1988, Patti Roudabush \ JtMHp |H| k '' 0 A * mm 4 Bureau babe bids on bear Who could bid against s*year-old Courtney Barker for Teddy? The Young Farmer Auction at VFBF's 1988 convention brought in $1,431 for Virginia Tech's two-year ag tech program. The Henry County girl is a Farm Bureau baby. She was born after her parents Deborah and Andrew Barker (then Young Farmers chairman) left a convention breakfast. (Photo by Kathy B. Springsto...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 December 1988

12 Ill ....... ""*"' "" . - JMMMMMMjr **"*1 f* Convention '88: VFBF to send 10 delegates to AFBF Convention When the American Farm Bureau Federation's 70th Annual Convention begins Jan. 7 in San Antonio, 10 Virginia Farm Bureau Federation delegates will be dusting off their boots and settling down to business not far from the Alamo. They were elected at the recent state convention. Headquarters for the AFBF convention, which runs through Jan. 12, will be the Rivercenter Marriott near the San Antonio River. Voting delegates will be: Paul Anderson of Frederick County; R. C. Clarke of Plan for VFBF Young Farmer, AFBF meetings Jan. 4 is the deadline to register for both the Virginia Farm Bureau Federation Young Farmer and Rancher Conference Feb. 8-12 and the American Farm Bureau Federation Young Farmer and Rancher Leadership Conference Feb. 12-15. Both conferences are conveniently stationed at the Williamsburg Hilton. During the state conference, the Southside District is to hold a rece...

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