About Us

OFFICERS    
President   J.E. Pryor
Vice President   Glenda Wright
Secretary/Treasurer   Gregory Campbell
 Farm Bureau Women's Chair  
  Ginnie Shloar
 Young Farmer Chair   Jack Orem
DIRECTORS    
Kent Boyd   Hopkinsville
Heather Cansler   Hopkinsville
Olivia Clark   Hopkinsville
Barry Cornelius   Hopkinsville
Justin Crunk   Hopkinsville
Alan Cunningham   Pembroke
David Draper   Hopkinsville
Thomas Folz   Herndon
Tom Folz   Herndon
Michael Harton   Hopkinsville
Ashtyn Hudson   Hopkinsville
Robby Massie   Pembroke
Jack Orem   Pembroke
Lacy Orem   Pembroke
Marsha Parker   Oak Grove
Wesley Parker   Oak Grove
Henry Payne   Pembroke
Jason Powell   Hopkinsville
Jennifer Rives   Hopkinsville
Preston Rives   Hopkinsville
Dale Seay   Crofton
Ginnie Sholar   Hopkinsville
Keith Sholar   Hopkinsville
Jeremy Strader   Herndon
Carole Sweeney   Hopkinsville
Steve Williamson   Hopkinsville
EX-OFFICIO    
Tiffany Bolinger   Pembroke

 

 

KFB Spotlight

Down the Backroads | Kindness Really Is a Way of Life in Kentucky
September 8, 2021
Down the Backroads | Kindness Really Is a Way of Life in Kentucky

A recent survey conducted by an organization known as “Kindness.org” listed Kentucky as being the kindest state in the U.S. Now, I’m no rocket scientist, but I have figured that one out; no survey needed.

Farm Bureau Advocacy Efforts More Important than Ever
August 30, 2021
Farm Bureau Advocacy Efforts More Important than Ever

From a reversal of the Waters of the U.S. rule to tax related issues, the agriculture industry is standing firm on its policies and priorities as it faces proposals that could affect the industry in adverse ways.

KFB's 57th Annual Country Ham Breakfast Brings Record-Breaking $4.8 million for Grand Champion Ham
August 26, 2021
KFB's 57th Annual Country Ham Breakfast Brings Record-Breaking $4.8 million for Grand Champion Ham

The 57th annual Kentucky Farm Bureau (KFB) Country Ham Breakfast brought in a record-breaking $4.8 million bid for charity. The Grand Champion Country Ham auction is a KFB state fair tradition dating back to 1964.