More than 250 members of the Colorado Young Farmers Educational Association are expected for the organization's 31st annual Institute, to be held at the Ramada Inn, in Glenwood Springs, Feb. 4 and 5.

Members of the Front Range Chapter (Fort Lupton and Brighton) and the St. Vrain Chapter (Longmont) will be hosts for the meeting.

The two-day program includes talks, presentations and discussions of timely agricultural topics, workshops, the 2000 Spokesperson for Agriculture state contest and the report given by Jerry Hergenreder, St. Vrain Chapter, at Longmont, in winning the 1999 state and national contests.

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