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Zach Heibert of Hardin County Named 2022  Kentucky Farm Bureau Excellence in Agriculture Award Recipient

Zach Heibert of Hardin County Named 2022 Kentucky Farm Bureau Excellence in Agriculture Award Recipient

Kentucky Farm Bureau (KFB) announced today that Zach Heibert of Hardin County is the 2022 KFB Excellence in Agriculture award recipient.

Comment Column with AFBF President Zippy Duvall | Solving the Farm Labor Crisis Once and for All
May 5, 2022
Comment Column with AFBF President Zippy Duvall | Solving the Farm Labor Crisis Once and for All

When I was a young boy, my dad would take me around with him on the farm. And as I got older, I started taking on more jobs and more responsibilities. I’d be out milking cows before school and helping get other things done when I got home. 

Market Closes - May 4, 2022
May 4, 2022
Market Closes - May 4, 2022

CBOT futures closed mostly higher except for soybean meal which extended its ongoing downtrend to new lows. Live and feeder cattle futures closed narrowly mixed, pausing after two days of gains. Lean hog futures closed sharply higher on short-covering corrective buying in an oversold market. 

Across Kentucky - May 4, 2022
May 4, 2022
Across Kentucky - May 4, 2022

KFB's Alex Barnett says horses are big business for lots of farms in the Commonwealth.

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Market Closes - May 2, 2022
May 3, 2022
Market Closes - May 2, 2022

CBOT futures closed mostly lower and near the lows of the day. Cattle futures closed higher in follow-through buying to Monday’s strong price increases. Beyond the nearby May LH, lean hog futures closed sharply lower, extending the 2-week collapse in LH futures. 

Across Kentucky - May 2, 2022
May 2, 2022
Across Kentucky - May 2, 2022

KFB President Mark Haney says the Kentucky Derby marks a celebration of the state's equine industry.

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Across Kentucky - April 29, 2022
April 29, 2022
Across Kentucky - April 29, 2022

KFB's John Sparrow says the annual Clays for a Cause event helps hungry Kentuckians.

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