- June 05, 2013
- June 05, 2013
- October 17, 2012
|2012 Campbell County Young Farm Family Bob Huck Jr, wife Jina and sons with Mr. Haney and Gary Chaplin.||2012 Campbell County Young Farmer Joe Crail with Mr Haney & Gary Chaplin||Mr. Haney addressing the Campbell County 2012 Annual Meeting.|
- October 17, 2012
Lacee Crail representing Campbell County Farm Bureau in the District 6 Outstanding Youth Speech Contest.
- July 14, 2012
|Visitors observe the tractor rollover and ATV safety demonstrations.
|Remember to be cautious around farmers.
|Visitors checkout several booths (Farm Bureau, Soybean Council & Livestock Coalition).
|Dale Dobson (Ky Dept of Ag), John Hancock (Agribility), Mike Brady (ATV Safety and Rescue) along with several FFA students. The FFA students assisted with parking and registration.
Gary Chaplin presents a donation from Campbell County Farm Bureau to John Hancock with Agribility.
- September 30, 2010
|Tim Wolf receiving his Young Farm Family of the Year award and giving the audience an outstanding report on his farm operations. Presenting the award is Board Member Gene Dobbs and County President Bob Huck.||Gene Dobbs, Board Member, presenting the Young Farmer of the Year award to Robert Huck III.||Bill Goins, Secretary of Campbell County Farm Bureau, reading important Resolutions|
|Ryan Chaplin, Young Farm Chairman, giving his report.||Marci Dobbs, Women's Chairman|
|Robert Huck II with wife Gina and family.||Bob Huck, Campbell County Farm Bureau President and Grandson Robert Huck III receiving the Young Farmer of the Year Award.||Robert Huck III|
Kevin Geisel, Agency Manager of the
|Bob Woeste, Agency Manager of the
Alexandria Office giving Insurance Report.
- July 26, 2010
Art Reis, retired Campbell County Farm Bureau Director (left); President of Campbell County Farm Bureau and Farm Owner (center); Vice President of Campbell County Farm Bureau, Ed Stubbs Sr. (right)
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|Campbell County Annual Meeting|
|Diamond Head Mountain Band combined with Daniel Patrick and Family||Bob Woeste, Agency Manager||Kentucky Farm Bureau Members enjoying a nice meal|
|Mr. and Mrs. Huck dish out some food!||President Bob Huck Sr. delivers his speech to his fellow Kentucky Farm Bureau members.||President Bob Huck Sr.|
|Board of Directors: Gene Dobbs||Board of Directors: Steve Martin||Vice President Daryl Crail|
|Treasure Annabell Trapp||Board of Directors: Don Lloyd||Board of Directors: Bob Schack|
|Board of Directors: Ron McCormick||Marcy Dobbs: Woman’s Chairman||Ryan Chaplin, Young Farmer Chairman|
|Agency Manager Bob Woeste talks to the Farm Bureau Members
about the growth of the company.
|President Bob Huck Sr. with the future farmers of Campbell County. Each child received $5 to put in their savings.
||Agency Manager Bob Woeste, Young Farmer of the Year Mathew Seiter, and President Bob Huck Sr. (From left to right)|
|Kevin Geisel, Agency Manager of the
Cold Spring Office
|Mathew Seiter is the recipient of the Young Farmer of the Year Award for 2009. Matthew is the son of Allen and Melinda Seiter and resides with them in the Flagg Spring Community of Campbell County. Matthew works full time with his dad on their farms, where they raise Tobacco, corn, soybeans, wheat, and have a commercial cow-calf operation. In addition to those enterprises, Matthew has his own purebred Angus herd. Matthew is also a student at Gateway College where he is majoring in Industrial Controls, specializing in the Electrical Field.|
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