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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.

March 25, 2022 - Legislative Report No. 13 - 2022 Kentucky General Assembly
March 25, 2022
March 25, 2022 - Legislative Report No. 13 - 2022 Kentucky General Assembly
Across Kentucky - March 25, 2022
March 25, 2022
Across Kentucky - March 25, 2022

KFB's Sharri Robinson says Ag Literacy isn't a message just for kids.

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Market Closes - March 24, 2022
March 24, 2022
Market Closes - March 24, 2022

CBOT futures closed lower and near the lows of the day. Much of the pressure came from this morning’s weekly export sales report which had disappointing results for corn, soybeans and wheat. Cattle futures traded in narrow ranges and closed slightly higher. Lean hog futures closed mostly lower on a correction following yesterday’s sharp gains. 

Annual Industry Study Underscores Vital Role of Food & Ag Sectors In Feeding The Economy
March 24, 2022
Annual Industry Study Underscores Vital Role of Food & Ag Sectors In Feeding The Economy

Today, 30 food and agriculture groups released the sixth annual Feeding the Economy report, a historic farm-to-fork economic analysis revealing how these sectors influence the local and broader United States economies. Two years into the COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s study highlights how the industries remained resilient to provide Americans with jobs, economic opportunity and safe food.

Across Kentucky - March 23, 2022
March 23, 2022
Across Kentucky - March 23, 2022

KFB's Scott Christmas says there's a lot to celebrate in this year's Food Checkout Day.

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Market Closes - March 21, 2022
March 21, 2022
Market Closes - March 21, 2022

CBOT futures closed higher across the board as commodity bulls rushed into the markets on continued concerns for supplies out of Russia and Ukraine. Cattle futures closed lower on last week’s disappointing cash fed market and higher corn futures. Lean hog futures closed higher to sharply higher despite today’s weaker cash hog price and pork cutouts.