Kentucky farmers and growers are in full swing for the Farm Biz Games.
There are more than 50 events planned across the state for farm operators and their families, from horseback riding to bbqs.
Here’s what you need to know about the latest news and updates.
Read moreKentucky farmer jack jackson is the host of “Farm Games” in Louisville.
The show features live-tweeting of all events, as well as interviews with producers, producers and other Kentucky farm-industry leaders.
Jackson, who owns Jackson Farms, is one of the hosts of the show.
Kentucky farmers are in search of a new way to earn money.
The Farm Bureau is a way for farmers to earn a living, but they also want to keep their family farms going.
“It’s all about family,” Jackson told FOXSports.com.
“You know, we all grew up with the family and we love it.
We’re not going to stop until we get it.
If we have to move, then so be it.
I’ve got a good idea what I’m going to do, and we’re going to keep going.
I want to make a living.”
Kentucky is one state where the FarmBiz Games are happening, as the state hosted the event last year.
Kentucky farmers have been competing to win $50,000 in cash prizes for a total of $2.5 million.
Kentuckians can watch live video of the event online from April 3-6.
The Kentucky Farm Bureau will broadcast the games on FOX Sports 1 from 8 p.m. to noon on April 4.
Kentucks farm economy is expected to grow by $3.6 billion this year, according to the Kentucky Farm Department.
Jackson and other farmers are hopeful that the Farm Buds and Farm Bud Events, as they’re known, will help grow the state’s economy.
KentUCKINS FOODBuds have won a record-setting number of medals, including five golds and two silver medals.
Kentucky is the first state in the nation to win more medals in a single season than it won in a month.