The Nelson County Conservation District named Jacob Miller its 2016 Outstanding Cooperator. Each year, the district recognizes farmers who are taking the initiative to implement sound, innovative and cost-effective conservation techniques.
Jacob has been in the cattle business for 30 years, starting at the age of 10, when his father purchased his first registered cattle. Growing up, he was always involved in 4-H and FFA activities, including showing livestock and livestock judging contests on a local and national levels. This increased his love for the cattle industry.