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OFFICERS

President   Michael Burchett
 Vice President   Bobby Hill
 Secretary/Treasurer   Bob Cornelison
 Farm Bureau Women's Chair   Rebecca Guerin
 Young Farmer Chair   Daniel Harper

 

DIRECTORS

Marty Carraway   Murray
 Steve Carraway   Murray
Danny Cunningham   Murray
 Tripp & Sharon Furches   Murray
Robert Geurin   Murray
Tim Lax   Murray
Scott Lowe   Murray
Don & Judy Overbey   Almo
Tim Palmer   Almo
Mark Paschall   Murray
Jamie Potts   Kirksey
Kim Puckett   Hazel
 Billy Dale Smith   Murray
 Jim Stahler   Murray
Joe Dan Taylor   Almo
Chris Thorn   Almo
  Dan Winters   Murray
Eddie Workman   Murray

Area Program Director: David Davis
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KFB Spotlight

Farm Bill Headed To President's Desk For Signature
December 13, 2018
Farm Bill Headed To President's Desk For Signature

Kentucky is ‘home to more than 75,000 farms. They produce everything from soybeans and poultry to horses and corn. Those families are looking to us for help and stability. And when President Trump signs our Farm Bill into law, more stability is just what they will get.’

Farm Bill Passes the House of Representatives
December 13, 2018
Farm Bill Passes the House of Representatives

December 12, 2018 - Today the House of Representatives passed a five-year Farm Bill. Congressman Comer, along with 368 other congressional colleagues, voted in support of the bill. The Agriculture Improvement Act (H.R. 2) includes many incremental wins for rural America. It fully protects crop insurance, makes significant improvements to rural broadband, and implements key changes to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).

Kentucky Farm Bureau President Mark Haney Statement on Passage of the Farm Bill
December 12, 2018
Kentucky Farm Bureau President Mark Haney Statement on Passage of the Farm Bill

I can’t tell you how pleased I am we have passage of the 2018 Farm Bill. As I have said before, this bill is the single most important piece of legislation connected to agriculture we have, and with its passage comes the certainty farm families need to move forward with their operations, in a very challenging ag economy.