University of Kentucky finally hosts a field day after last year’s deadly tornadoes

The University of Kentucky puts on a field day every year for corn, soybean, and tobacco growers, but last year’s event was postponed because of December tornadoes.

They were finally able to host the field day recently, and they give us an inside look.

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