AAK 2007 - Kentucky Farm Bureau

AAK 2007

Posted on Mar 30, 2016
January 2007

All Around Kentucky - January 2007 - Kentucky Farm Bureau

The value of a Kentucky Farm Bureau membership has been enhanced with the addition of $500 discounts on 75 vehicles in General Motors Corp.’s stable of passenger cars, trucks, SUVs and minivans.

Also in this Issue:

On the road with stories of Kentucky

KFB continues adding to membership base

KFB prepared for 2007's challenges

Farm wife/WKU student awarded scholarship

Farm editor Burton cited for reporting

I-65 is the route to take to see the USA's auto icon

Deadline nears for farm market certification

Schedule set for latest enrolleees in LEAD class

Burke representing KY in national farm meet

Specialty catalogs brighten gardner's wintry days

Wal-Mart 'salutes' Triple T Farm & Greenhouse

PR award goes to Daviess Co. ext. agent

Success puts Fayette couple in the running

Gaston takes over YF committee

Muhlenberg teacher receives top award

KFB accepting apps. for college scholarhips

Champion servers

Veteran Farmers honored for service to Kentucky and national ag industry

Student-farmer builds future on her heritage

Outstanding youth recognized by KFB

April 2007

All Around Kentucky - April 2007 - Kentucky Farm Bureau

The first Kentucky Farm Bureau Athlete of the Year awards will be handed to two young prep stars when legendary sports figures of the past and present are inducted into the Kentucky Athletic Hall of Fame.

Also in this Issue:

Gently used KFB computers recycled

Farmers observe Earth Day year round

Sam Moore appointed to KY State Fair Board

Kentucky has a new spelling champion

Young farmers remain upbeat about future

The right tools get the job done in the garden

Interior updates revive My Old Kentucky Home

Marketing state's premier craft show is labor of love

KFB selects new IT chief

Mahans earn young farmers title

Out-of-state firewood banned from state parks

July 2007

All Around Kentucky - July 2007 - Kentucky Farm Bureau

It’s 50 years and counting for Freddy Farm Bureau, the most enduring icon of the Kentucky State Fair.

Also in this Issue:

Retired farmer leaving legacy of open spaces

Leaders lobby for farm bill that promotes KY's interests

Part-time farmers wanted to enter ag competition

Certified roadside markets bursting with fresh foods

57 students chosen for Farm Bureau scholarships

UK grad student is recipient of Ison grant

KY planning big parties for Lincoln's birthday

KFB approves $16 million reduction in auto rates

Travis named KFB's Farmer of the Year

HSA's shelter income to cover medical expenses

Patience and persistence pays off for RECC leader

Common plants can help stem perplexing bee loss

New global economy fueling energy costs

$500,000 record up for bids at Country Ham Breakfast

October 2007

It’s a ghost – a freaky ghost – costume that you need. Where you going to go? Any of the 205 Halloween Express outlets in the United States and Great Britain would be the response of company founder Curtis Sigretto.

Also in this Issue:

KFB steps up to help drought-stricken farmers

Fossil beds offer peek at prehistoric landscape

KFB looking for people to add to agency force

Consequences of drought won’t end with first rain

‘Elves’ at Nelson Co. FB pack gifts for soldiers

Ag veteran heading state FB’s marketing division

Despite name, Widow’s Creek is a place of hope

Everman winner living dream of a college degree

Excellence in Agriculture entry deadline is near
Voters guide addresses KFB issues

State finalists are named for OYFF, Discussion Meet

Unlikely farmer attracts tourists to Owen winery