Comer visits clerk to show off farm plates

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 SHEPHERDSVILLE - Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner James Comer stepped up to the plate for Bullitt County.

Comer made an appearance at the Bullitt County Clerk’s Office to commemorate the Commonwealth’s new Farm specialty license plate.

The new plates represent a conglomeration of Kentucky Proud, 4-H and the Future Farmers of America (FFA).

The Commissioner was greeted by County Clerk Kevin Mooney and students with the Bullitt Central (FFA) program, as well as representatives from the Bullitt County 4-H and Cooperative Extension Service.

Comer, a former FFA member, praised Bullitt County for being one of the best Kentucky counties as far as program support.

The Farm plates will become available in March with plate renewals, Mooney said. Each plate costs $31, including the standard rate of $21 for a vanity plate. 

The remaining $10 will be split among the three groups.

For more information on the plates contact the Bullitt County Clerks Office, 543-2513.