About Us

Farm Bureau is a voluntary organization operating under the code 501(c)5 not-for-profit guided and directed by our nearly 13,000 member families. We are committed to educating the public about agriculture, encouraging youth in advancing education and leadership skills and contributing to our community to make Fayette County the best place to live, work, raise a family and have a great quality of life.

 

OFFICERS

President   Sean Millard
 Vice President   Brennan Gilkison
 Secretary   Jason Whitis
 Treasurer   John Tucker
Executive Director   Carrie McIntosh
Agency Managers   John Wood
    Kristin Clark
    Craig Simpson
    Tiffany Cornett
    Bobby Cummings
    Ryan McCord
County Ag Agent   Nick Carter
 Farm Bureau Women's Chair   Jane Elam
 Young Farmer Chair   Danielle Milbern

 

DIRECTORS

Robert Botkin   Lexington
Todd Clark   Lexington
Bonnie Eads   Lexington
Harry Graves   Lexington
Jason Groth   Lexington
Patrick Higginbotham   Lexington
Gary  Hilliard   Lexington
Walter Hillenmeyer   Lexington
Paul Huber   Frankfort
Bob James   Lexington
John James   Lexington
Jill Mahan   Lexington
Patrick McNutt   Nicholasville
Damon Miller   Lexington
Patrick Robinson   Lexington
Larry Swetnam   Lexington
Billy Van Pelt   Lexington
Stacy Vincent   Lexington
Bill Witt   Lexington

 

Area Program Director: Mark Lyle
Area #5

KFB Spotlight

Statement from Kentucky Farm Bureau President Mark Haney: 2018 Farm Bill
April 20, 2018
Statement from Kentucky Farm Bureau President Mark Haney: 2018 Farm Bill

As work continues on the 2018 Farm Bill, we look forward to the benefits it promises. The bill brings relief and certainty back into the lives of our Kentucky farm families.

Farm Leaders Visit Opioid Memorial in Show of Unity
April 18, 2018
Farm Leaders Visit Opioid Memorial in Show of Unity

The presidents of the nation’s two largest general farm organizations today visited the “Prescribed to Death” opioid memorial in Washington, D.C., in a show of unity to address the national opioid epidemic that is disproportionately affecting farming communities.

Down the Backroads: Staying Linked to Your Past
April 17, 2018
Down the Backroads: Staying Linked to Your Past

It is important to stay linked to your past; learn from it; cherish it and be reminded of it even as we walk into the future. For me, it has provided an easier path in my walk forward.