Central Kentucky tobacco farmers have held three meetings since December because they aren't happy with the contract offered by Philip Morris for the 2008 crop.
At the most recent meeting, Feb. 7, they learned from the farmers they elected to represent them that that contract probably won't change.
"We finally got feedback from Philip Morris," Bernie Cave told the audience last week. "It's not what we wanted to hear."
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