About Us - Kentucky Farm Bureau

About Us

OFFICERS

President   John Hutchison
1st Vice President   Ben Robin
2nd Vice President   Logan Carter
 Secretary   Julia Fritsch
Treasurer   Debbie Hutchison
Farm Bureau Women's Chair   Brandy Graves
Farm Bureau Women's Co-Chair   Debbie Hutchison
Young Farmer Co-Chair   Caleb Sadler
Young Farmer Co-Chair   Savannah Robin

 

DIRECTORS

Logan Carter   Mt. Sterling
Miranda Chaplin   Cynthiana
Samuel Clay   Paris
Allen Crupper   North Middletown
Ashley Crupper   North Middletown
James Cundiff   Paris
Dennis Ferrell   Paris
Julia Fritsch   Paris
Peter Fritsch   Paris
Brandy Graves   Carlisle
Drew Hatmaker   Paris
Debbie Hutchison   Carlisle
John Hutchison   Carlisle
K Keen   Paris
Lauren Mays   Paris
Doug Parke   Paris
Kayla Rankin   Paris
Jackie Riggs   Paris
Ben Robin   Paris
Savannah Robin   Paris
Caleb Sadler   Paris
Margaret Schwartz   Paris
Clark Sturgeon   Paris

 

KFB Spotlight

Presidents Column | Our Advocacy Efforts Serve as the Strongest Tool
February 16, 2024
Presidents Column | Our Advocacy Efforts Serve as the Strongest Tool

As we move forward into 2024, a lot is going on from an advocacy standpoint. A new General Assembly session is in full swing, and we have just finished adopting policies and priorities at the American Farm Bureau Federation annual convention.

The Tradition Lives On | Legacy Farms are Adding to the Agriculture History of Kentucky
February 16, 2024
The Tradition Lives On | Legacy Farms are Adding to the Agriculture History of Kentucky

The Scott family has been a part of that agricultural heritage from the county’s very beginnings. Moses Scott is credited with being the first of this farm family legacy that now encompasses 10 generations dating back to the late 18th century.

Down the Backroads | I'm a Better Person for Having Known John Scott
February 16, 2024
Down the Backroads | I'm a Better Person for Having Known John Scott

One of the most gratifying things about my job has been all the great people I get to meet and the lasting impressions most of them leave with me. To say the farm families across this state are the "salt of the earth" is quite an understatement.