About Us - Kentucky Farm Bureau

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OFFICERS

President   Kenneth Compton
1st Vice President   James Burks
2nd Vice President   Travis Dowell
 Secretary/Treasurer   Elizabeth Gipson
 Farm Bureau Women's Chair   Tammy Cashman
 Young Farmer Chair   Brandon Henning
Young Farmer Co-Chair   Isaak Jeffries

 

DIRECTOR

Linda Buchanan   Hardinsburg
Jonathan Burke   Cloverport
James Burks   Hardinsburg
Robert Cashman   Webster 
Travis Dowell   Irvington
Eddie Dyer   Harned
Pat Henderson   Irvington
John Henning   Hardinsburg
Steven Hinton   Falls of Rough
Tony Hobbs   Hardinsburg
Joe Howell   Hardinsburg
Titus Lockard   Vine Grove
Greg Moore   Falls of the Rough
Ashley Norwood   Hardinsburg
Arnold O'Reilly   Hardinsburg
Presley Paul   Harned
Gilbert Scott   Hudson
Kevin Tucker   Hudson

KFB Spotlight

Katie Cecil Named the 2022 Kentucky Farm Bureau Generation Bridge Advocate of the Year
November 21, 2022
Katie Cecil Named the 2022 Kentucky Farm Bureau Generation Bridge Advocate of the Year

Katie Cecil of Daviess County, a second-generation farmer at Cecil Farms, was named the 2022 Kentucky Farm Bureau (KFB) Generation Bridge Advocate of the Year.

2022 Young Farmer Gold Star Awards
November 14, 2022
2022 Young Farmer Gold Star Awards

The Kentucky Farm Bureau Young Farmer Gold Star award honors a county’s Young Farmer Committee for its active participation in Farm Bureau leadership development programs, state competitions, and educational or promotional initiatives.

Advocating for Kentucky Agriculture
November 3, 2022
Advocating for Kentucky Agriculture

As the harvest season in Kentucky winds down, I understand the challenges many of you have faced, especially our state’s corn producers. I have heard yield numbers anywhere from 32 bushels per acre where the drought came at the worst possible time during the growing season, to nearly 200 bushels in spots where the rains were adequate.