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Daviess County Resident Named Kentucky's 2021 'Farm Woman of the Year'

Suzanne Cecil White - (Kentucky Farm Bureau)

A Daviess County, Kentucky woman has been named 2021 Farm Woman of the Year.

Posted: Nov 19, 2021 2:32 PM
Updated: Nov 19, 2021 2:44 PM

The Kentucky Farm Bureau (KFB) says that a Daviess County resident has been named the 2021 Farm Woman of the Year.

The KFB announced Friday that Suzanne Cecil White of Daviess County had been named the 2021 Farm Woman of the Year. 

According to KFB, the Kentucky Farm Bureau Farm Woman of the Year Award honors the outstanding achievements of a woman who is actively engaged in production agriculture. Recipients personify the highest level of professional excellence in agriculture.

KFB says that Suzanne has been working with family-owned Cecil Farms Produce, LLC. in Owensboro for the last 10 years to help expand the operation.

In addition to producing grain, fruits, and vegetables, Cecil Farms Produce, LLC. also provides a custom spreading and spraying service, greenhouse production, an event venue, and educational tours.

In addition to her roles at Cecil Farms Produce, LLC., Suzanne is active in the Daviess County Farm Bureau Young Farmer and Women’s Committees. She is also an alum of the Kentucky Agricultural Leadership Program, serves on the board of the Kentucky Center for Agriculture and Rural Development, the Kentucky Agriculture Development Fund Board, and the Daviess County District Conservation Board.

She will be recognized during the KFB Annual Meeting at the Galt House in Louisville in December.

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