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OFFICERS

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

 

DIRECTORS

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
Jim Rhodes   Hardinsburg
Gilbert Scott   Hudson
Kevin Tucker   Hudson

KFB Spotlight

2021 KFB Scholarship Awards: One for the Record Book
October 22, 2021
2021 KFB Scholarship Awards: One for the Record Book

While education has looked very different over the past year from its traditional classroom settings, the financial needs of students, especially those going on to higher education, has likely never been greater. Kentucky Farm Bureau (KFB) has recognized those needs for decades by establishing scholarship programs at the state and county levels.

Harvest 2021Continues: The Latest Crop Update
October 22, 2021
Harvest 2021Continues: The Latest Crop Update

Last month’s September crop report from the USDA’s National Agriculture Statistics Service, (NASS) Kentucky Field Office reported increased production levels for corn and tobacco over 2020, with a slight decrease in soybeans production.  Regional Director David Knopf said unless there are any unforeseen circumstances, he doesn't see any big changes coming as the harvest season progresses.

Glean Kentucky Making a Difference in the Battle Against Hunger
October 22, 2021
Glean Kentucky Making a Difference in the Battle Against Hunger

It has been estimated that more than 40 percent of the food produced in the U.S. goes unused, ending up in landfills. All the while approximately one in six Kentuckians suffers from some level of food insecurity.