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2008


January 2008
Eddie Warren, who served as Farm Bureau president in Madison County during 2007, accepted a trophy designating top county at an awards breakfast held during the annual meeting in Louisville. January 2008 pdf Also In This Issue: [ more... ]
 
February 2008
2008 State Priority Issues coving Heath Care, Investments for Agriculture, Budget, Taxation, Wildlife Management, Transportation, Private Property Rights, Environmental & Natural Resources, Agriculture Research and Education, Energy and Food [ more... ]
 
March 2008
In closing remarks at last month’s Presidents and Vice Presidents Leadership Conference, KFB President Marshall Coyle reasserted his belief that Kentucky has the strongest Farm Bureau organization of all the states. March 2008 pdf [ more... ]
 
April 2008
Kentucky farmers affected by severe weather conditions last year can apply for financial assistance from an $8.15 million initiative approved by the Kentucky Agricultural Development Board. The Kentucky Agricultural Relief Effort (K.A.R.E.) will [ more... ]
 
May 2008
Most of KFB’s priorities for the 2008 legislative session were included in the state spending plan for the next two years. May 2008 pdf Also In This Issue: "Comment" Committee Studying Need for Tobacco Export [ more... ]
 
June 2008
The “farm bill” is the single most important piece of legislation for improving the quality of life and economic vitality of our rural communities. June 2008 pdf Also In This Issue: "Comment" Ethanol Not the [ more... ]
 
July 2008
The annual Institute for Future Agricultural Leaders (IFAL) was held last month at Murray State University and the University of Kentucky, with 81 outstanding young people participating. July 2008 pdf Also In This Issue: [ more... ]
 
August 2008
Sifting through food price information is a popular way to dig into the subject. The problem is that in addition to advice on savvy shopping and food storage techniques, consumers are frequently served a hefty helping of erroneous information about [ more... ]
 
September 2008
Farm Bureau Day at the Kentucky State Fair packed ‘em in again, with a sellout crowd of more than 1,600 at the 45th annual Country Ham Breakfast and a near sellout at the “picnic,” which this year was moved to air-conditioned [ more... ]
 
October 2008
A committee involving Farm Bureau leaders from nine tobacco states will ask USDA to conduct a referendum on a checkoff to support an export promotion program. October 2008 pdf Also In This Issue: "Comment" Advisory [ more... ]
 
November 2008
The election of a new president and a special conference to examine health care issues will be among the highlights of KFB’s 89th annual meeting December 3-6 at the Galt House Hotel in Louisville. November 2008 pdf Also In This Issue: [ more... ]
 
December 2008
More than 5,000 Farm Bureau members from across the nation – including some 320 from Kentucky -- are expected to attend AFBF’s 90th annual meeting, January 11-14, in San Antonio. The theme is “Forward Farm Bureau” which [ more... ]
 
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