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Leadership Elected for Kentucky Farm Bureau's

Leadership Elected for Kentucky Farm Bureau's "Generation Bridge Committee"

Kentucky Farm Bureau (KFB) has released the names of individuals elected to lead its new initiative, Generation Bridge. Amanda Gajdzik of Shelby County has been elected chair, Tammy White of Union County is vice chair, and Sarah Beth Guffey from Clinton County is secretary of this newly formed committee.

Market Closes - December 7, 2020
December 7, 2020
Market Closes - December 7, 2020

CBOT futures closed mixed with nearby soy complex contracts finishing lower and well off the day’s highs.  Cattle futures closed lower on a lack of fundamental market support. Lean hog futures closed lower and near the day’s lows.  

Across Kentucky - December 7, 2020
December 7, 2020
Across Kentucky - December 7, 2020

Ky Ag Commissioner Ryan Quarles says hunger is real in the state.

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Elections Held During Kentucky Farm Bureau's 101st Annual Meeting
December 5, 2020
Elections Held During Kentucky Farm Bureau's 101st Annual Meeting

Pulaski County farmer Mark Haney was re-elected Kentucky Farm Bureau President on the concluding day of the organization’s 101st annual meeting. Also re-elected were Webster County’s Eddie Melton as First Vice President and Sharon Furches of Calloway County as Second Vice President. 

Kentucky Farm Bureau Announces "Generation Bridge Core Leadership Committee" during 101st Annual Meeting
December 4, 2020
Kentucky Farm Bureau Announces "Generation Bridge Core Leadership Committee"  during 101st Annual Meeting

Louisville, KY (December 4, 2020) – During Thursday’s session of Kentucky Farm Bureau’s 101st annual meeting KFB President Mark Haney delivered his remarks and KFB leadership announced an exciting new initiative -- Generation Bridge.

Across Kentucky - December 4, 2020
December 4, 2020
Across Kentucky - December 4, 2020

KFB Second Vice President Sharon Furches says county leaders deserve recognition.

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Market Closes - December 3, 2020
December 3, 2020
Market Closes - December 3, 2020

Corn and soybean futures closed higher despite no positive export sales announcements this morning. Cattle futures closed lower across the board with bigger losses in the more nearby contracts. Lean hog futures closed lower and near the day’s lows.