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Nebraska State Fair Ag Families of the Day for 2011 are honored

Photo Courtesy of Nebraska Farm BureauThe Fred Nolze Family of Clearwater: Fred (center), son Rick Nolze and daughter Chellie Dixon.

GRAND ISLAND, Neb. – Four Nebraska farm and ranch families were honored as the 2011 State Fair “Ag Family of the Day” in the fifth year of a partnership between Nebraska Farm Bureau and the Nebraska State Fair.

” ‘Ag Family of the Day’ is a way to both recognize an individual family for its contributions and to show the strength and diversity of Nebraska agriculture,” Cheryl Stubbendieck of Nebraska Farm Bureau said.

The award recipients were chosen for their contributions to agriculture, their community and the state. Farm Bureau membership is not a criterion for selection. “Our honored families have many different types of farming and ranching operations, but they share a commitment to making agriculture and Nebraska better,” Stubbendieck said.

Honored families were selected by a committee of representatives of Farm Bureau, the State Fair Board, the State Fair staff and the State Fair 1868 Foundation. Any Nebraskan can nominate a farm or ranch family, online or by mail, for the annual recognition program.

Each family is honored at a ceremony in the Exhibition Building at Fonner Park in Grand Island, hosted at a luncheon and featured in the daily State Fair parade. They also receive gate and midway passes, lodging, a plaque and other prizes.

GRAND ISLAND, Neb. – Four Nebraska farm and ranch families were honored as the 2011 State Fair “Ag Family of the Day” in the fifth year of a partnership between Nebraska Farm Bureau and the Nebraska State Fair.

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” ‘Ag Family of the Day’ is a way to both recognize an individual family for its contributions and to show the strength and diversity of Nebraska agriculture,” Cheryl Stubbendieck of Nebraska Farm Bureau said.

The award recipients were chosen for their contributions to agriculture, their community and the state. Farm Bureau membership is not a criterion for selection. “Our honored families have many different types of farming and ranching operations, but they share a commitment to making agriculture and Nebraska better,” Stubbendieck said.

Honored families were selected by a committee of representatives of Farm Bureau, the State Fair Board, the State Fair staff and the State Fair 1868 Foundation. Any Nebraskan can nominate a farm or ranch family, online or by mail, for the annual recognition program.

Each family is honored at a ceremony in the Exhibition Building at Fonner Park in Grand Island, hosted at a luncheon and featured in the daily State Fair parade. They also receive gate and midway passes, lodging, a plaque and other prizes.

GRAND ISLAND, Neb. – Four Nebraska farm and ranch families were honored as the 2011 State Fair “Ag Family of the Day” in the fifth year of a partnership between Nebraska Farm Bureau and the Nebraska State Fair.

” ‘Ag Family of the Day’ is a way to both recognize an individual family for its contributions and to show the strength and diversity of Nebraska agriculture,” Cheryl Stubbendieck of Nebraska Farm Bureau said.

The award recipients were chosen for their contributions to agriculture, their community and the state. Farm Bureau membership is not a criterion for selection. “Our honored families have many different types of farming and ranching operations, but they share a commitment to making agriculture and Nebraska better,” Stubbendieck said.

Honored families were selected by a committee of representatives of Farm Bureau, the State Fair Board, the State Fair staff and the State Fair 1868 Foundation. Any Nebraskan can nominate a farm or ranch family, online or by mail, for the annual recognition program.

Each family is honored at a ceremony in the Exhibition Building at Fonner Park in Grand Island, hosted at a luncheon and featured in the daily State Fair parade. They also receive gate and midway passes, lodging, a plaque and other prizes.

GRAND ISLAND, Neb. – Four Nebraska farm and ranch families were honored as the 2011 State Fair “Ag Family of the Day” in the fifth year of a partnership between Nebraska Farm Bureau and the Nebraska State Fair.

” ‘Ag Family of the Day’ is a way to both recognize an individual family for its contributions and to show the strength and diversity of Nebraska agriculture,” Cheryl Stubbendieck of Nebraska Farm Bureau said.

The award recipients were chosen for their contributions to agriculture, their community and the state. Farm Bureau membership is not a criterion for selection. “Our honored families have many different types of farming and ranching operations, but they share a commitment to making agriculture and Nebraska better,” Stubbendieck said.

Honored families were selected by a committee of representatives of Farm Bureau, the State Fair Board, the State Fair staff and the State Fair 1868 Foundation. Any Nebraskan can nominate a farm or ranch family, online or by mail, for the annual recognition program.

Each family is honored at a ceremony in the Exhibition Building at Fonner Park in Grand Island, hosted at a luncheon and featured in the daily State Fair parade. They also receive gate and midway passes, lodging, a plaque and other prizes.

GRAND ISLAND, Neb. – Four Nebraska farm and ranch families were honored as the 2011 State Fair “Ag Family of the Day” in the fifth year of a partnership between Nebraska Farm Bureau and the Nebraska State Fair.

” ‘Ag Family of the Day’ is a way to both recognize an individual family for its contributions and to show the strength and diversity of Nebraska agriculture,” Cheryl Stubbendieck of Nebraska Farm Bureau said.

The award recipients were chosen for their contributions to agriculture, their community and the state. Farm Bureau membership is not a criterion for selection. “Our honored families have many different types of farming and ranching operations, but they share a commitment to making agriculture and Nebraska better,” Stubbendieck said.

Honored families were selected by a committee of representatives of Farm Bureau, the State Fair Board, the State Fair staff and the State Fair 1868 Foundation. Any Nebraskan can nominate a farm or ranch family, online or by mail, for the annual recognition program.

Each family is honored at a ceremony in the Exhibition Building at Fonner Park in Grand Island, hosted at a luncheon and featured in the daily State Fair parade. They also receive gate and midway passes, lodging, a plaque and other prizes.