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Keep up to date with Kentucky Farm Bureau® and Kentucky agriculture on our online news blog. Follow what is happening in Frankfort and Washington, D.C. on important policy issues as well as market information, ag news, and special features on farmers and farms across the Commonwealth.Keep up to date with Kentucky Farm Bureau® and Kentucky agriculture on our online news blog. Follow what is happening in Frankfort and Washington, D.C. on important policy issues as well as market information, ag news, and special features on farmers and farms across the Commonwealth.


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Across Kentucky

A 3-minute news/feature program heard Monday through Fridays on approximately 125 radio stations across Kentucky. Aimed at a general audience, program coverage deals with lifestyles, rural life, agri-business, and the continuing evolution of agriculture as farmers across the state venture into new crops and economic endeavors. Click here to view a complete listing of stations in your area airing the show.


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Bluegrass & Backroads

Each week, Kentucky Farm Bureau’s Emmy Award-winning Bluegrass & Backroads travels the highways and byways of Kentucky, to capture the Commonwealth’s rich agricultural heritage, intriguing people, and unique locations. Join hosts Bob Shrader and Matt Hilton, as they search the Bluegrass State; discovering its people, culture, and rural charm.


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Kentucky Farm Bureau News

This four-color magazine includes feature articles and news stories about the organization's people, programs and issues, as well as guest columns by public officials and marketing reports.


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KFB Reports

Our monthly video newsletter, sharing stories about the news, events, and people that help make Kentucky Farm Bureau the “Voice of Kentucky Agriculture.” Each month KFB Reports is distributed to County Farm Bureaus across the state to help keep our members up-to-date on happenings at KFB and to share news from around the Commonwealth.


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Social Media

Stay connected with Kentucky Farm Bureau wherever you are. KFB maintains social media properties on multiple platforms. Find your favorite and stay educated on important issues facing agriculture and rural Kentucky. And you can also keep up with other pages, such as our Roadside Farm Markets, Freddy Farm Bureau, Young Farmer and Women’s Programs, and our Emmy®-winning television show, Bluegrass & Backroads. You can even download our KFB App!

 

 


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