Clinton County Farm Bureau
Kentucky Farm Bureau is a grassroots organization that began in 1919 to represent the interests of its member-families through programs and supporting efforts. Clinton County Farm Bureau offers benefits and services to local residents and has established a reputation as an effective advocate for its local members. Among the benefits of membership are the extensive insurance and financial services available through Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance Cos., the largest property-and-casualty insurer in Kentucky.
- Kentucky Farm Bureau Announces Winners of Excellence in Ag Literacy and Women's Educational Grant Awards
- December 4, 2019
Two Kentuckians are being awarded significant honors from Kentucky Farm Bureau. Leslie McCarty of Montgomery County is the 2019 Women’s Educational Grant winner and Kelly Gates of Hopkins County has been named the Excellence in Ag Literacy recipient.
- Selling Farmers Tax Credit Program Announced
- November 27, 2019
Last week Kentucky launched a new program offering farmers incentives for selling their property to beginning farmers, an effort to further sustain one of the state’s most important industries.
- Kentucky Farm Bureau Announces Distinguished Service to Agriculture and Farm Bureau Recipients
- November 25, 2019
Kentucky Farm Bureau (KFB) announced two annual award winners today: Sam Moore of Butler County, and former KFB president, has been named the Distinguished Service to Agriculture recipient and James Stuecker of Hardin County is the 2019 Distinguished Service to Farm Bureau Award winner.