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MVFP Board Member Sarah Morton Featured in Virginia Farm Bureau Quarterly Newsletter

Sarah Morton, third-generation farmer and MVFP Board Member, recently discussed what it means to be a female farmer in the Commonwealth of Virginia.

The Minority and Veteran Farmers of the Piedmont (MVFP) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that is located in the rolling foothills of the Piedmont Region of Virginia. MVFP is a grassroots organization that was established to develop educational and experiential learning opportunities through hands-on instruction. We function to promote training, coaching, and mentorships for minorities, veterans, farmers, and youth both urban and rural.

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Coming Soon:

Beef Quality Assurance Training

Saturday, October 30, 2021

8:00 AM - 11:00 AM

CULPEPER AGRICULTURAL ENTERPRISES
10220 JAMES MONROE HWY, CULPEPER

Agenda: 

8:00: Grilled Steak Samples Taste
Test: Which one is Prime? Steak
provided by County Farm Service.
8:30: Training and Test, CAE sale
ring – Carl Stafford, Senior Extension
Agent and Sarah Morton, Former
USDA Grader
9:45: Break, provided by AFT
10:00: Vaccines and worming
practice provided by CFC Farm and
Home; Pace Fencing and Livestock
11:00: Conclude

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