Kevin Fulton

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Kevin Fulton is full-time farmer with a 2,800-acre organic grass-fed beef operation near Litchfield in Sherman County. He has been passionately promoting sustainable agriculture for the last seven to eight years after converting his land base from a conventional crop farm to an organic grass-based operation. He is in the process of expanding the farm enterprises to include a diversity of livestock and food products along with ag/ecotourism. He will be speaking at the annual conference in Lincoln, Neb., on Feb. 5–6, 2010. He is also a proud member of the Nebraska Sustainable Agriculture Society.

 

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