Horry County residents (left to right) Chris and Alicia Stevens, and Brad and Amber Elliott were among the 300 young farmers and ranchers who traveled to Charleston for the annual SCFB Young Farmer & Rancher Conference Jan. 27-28.
Horry County residents (left to right) Chris and Alicia Stevens, and Brad and Amber Elliott were among the 300 young farmers and ranchers who traveled to Charleston for the annual SCFB Young Farmer & Rancher Conference Jan. 27-28.
Horry County residents (left to right) Chris and Alicia Stevens, and Brad and Amber Elliott were among the 300 young farmers and ranchers who traveled to Charleston for the annual SCFB Young Farmer & Rancher Conference Jan. 27-28.

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February 23, 2017 05:00 AM

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