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OFFICERS

President   Shane Wells
 Vice President   Greg Drake II
 Secretary/Treasurer   Vacant
Office Secretary   James Runion
Agency Manager   James Runion
County Ag Agent   Greg Drake II
 Farm Bureau Women's Chair   Rita Drake
 Young Farmer Chair   Joey Kirby

 

DIRECTORS

Pat & Lee Ann Daugherty   Morgantown
Greg & Rita Drake   Bowling Green 
Gregory & Shanna Drake II   Bowling Green
Betty Farris   Roundhill
Danny & Sabrina Farris   Roundhill
Russell & Wendy Givens   Morgantown
Brittany & Nathan Hampton   Beaver Dam
Dwayne & LaBrisha McKinney   Quality
Sam & Helen Moore    Morgantown
Woody & Margaret Moore    Morgantown
Darren & Amanda Rice    Morgantown
Ryan & Dana Pendley   Morgantown
Johnny & Pam Rose IV   Morgantown
Don & Barbara Sullivan   Rochester
Robert & Amanda Taylor    Morgantown
Shane & Felicia Wells   Rochester 

Area Program Director: Joe Rogan
District #3

KFB Spotlight

May 17, 2019 - Statement From Kentucky Farm Bureau President Mark Haney on Trade and Tariffs
May 17, 2019
May 17, 2019 - Statement From Kentucky Farm Bureau President Mark Haney on Trade and Tariffs

In addition to being resourceful, hard-working and persistent, our nation’s farmers have been very patient. We have endured continued drops in net farm income, a host of natural disasters, and some of the most volatile commodity markets experienced in decades. 

Down the Backroads: Teachers Make Such a Difference in Our Lives
May 9, 2019
Down the Backroads: Teachers Make Such a Difference in Our Lives

I’m not sure if this is an age thing or not, but it seems to me that the older I get the more I reflect on the past, taking in all the moments and memories that have guided me to where I am today as a person, a husband, a father, a soon-to-be grandfather, and a communicator.

Forestry Industry Provides Value-Added Opportunities
May 9, 2019
Forestry Industry Provides Value-Added Opportunities

When thinking of Kentucky agriculture, many crops could come to mind including corn, soybeans, wheat, and tobacco, to name a few.  But timber may not often be thought of as a crop.