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Moving Forward After the Storms

Moving Forward After the Storms

The small community of Bremen, in Muhlenberg County, may never be the same after the loss of homes, farms, and the many lives due to the devastating tornado outbreak last December. But the spirits of those living there could not be broken and life is returning to a new normal more than six months later.

Across Kentucky - May 11, 2022
May 11, 2022
Across Kentucky - May 11, 2022

KFB Second Vice President Sharon Furches believes Kentucky voters should always show up at the polls.

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Across Kentucky - May 9, 2022
May 9, 2022
Across Kentucky - May 9, 2022

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell says Russian aggression in Ukraine is affecting global agriculture.

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Morgan Askins, Miss Rodeo Kentucky 2022
May 6, 2022
Morgan Askins, Miss Rodeo Kentucky 2022

On a colder than normal April afternoon, Morgan Askins is unloading her two quarter horses at the Shelby County Fairgrounds as she prepares to be the flag bearer for the weekend’s Kentuckiana Ranch Horse Association (KRHA) event. She gets her horses settled and prepares for the next day’s activities.

President's Column | A Look Back at the 2022 Kentucky General Assembly
May 6, 2022
President's Column | A Look Back at the 2022 Kentucky General Assembly

As another session of the Kentucky General Assembly has come to a close, it is time to reflect on the legislation that passed that benefits our farm families and rural communities. It's also a good time to look at bills that did not pass.

Down the Backroads | "I Just Called to Let You Know I Was Still Living!"
May 6, 2022
Down the Backroads |  "I Just Called to Let You Know I Was Still Living!"

I will be the first to admit that through the years I have lost touch with friends, and even family, for one reason or another. Often was the case that we lived far apart from each other and losing touch just happened, I suppose.

The Faces of H-2A
May 6, 2022
The Faces of H-2A

The lush, quiet countryside of Green County is about to get a little busier as planting season gets underway. The sound of tractors and planters gives way only to the many voices on the farm, several of which belong to the guest workers who have become a familiar part of the farming landscape there, and on most farms across the state.