Community Focus - Campbell County
KFB supports every community through information products and service programs including Women's Leadership Activities, Ag in the Classroom, Commodity Market Information, Scholarships, Certified Roadside Farm Markets and Young Farmers. In addition, we offer a wide range of member benefits. Contact your local office today and learn how to get the most from your farm bureau membership.
|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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