AAK 2009 - Kentucky Farm Bureau

AAK 2009

Posted on Mar 30, 2016
January 2009

All Around Kentucky - January 2009 - Kentucky Farm Bureau

A career in anything but farming was never a consideration for Mark Haney.

Also in this Issue:

Lawmakers urged to fuel new ‘green’ fields of energy

KFB’s leaders continue commitment to members

TV crew takes to ‘backroads’ to tell Kentucky stories

Couple are ‘divine’ in ag competition

KFB helps bring FFA convention back to Louisville

Obama invited to KY’s Lincoln birthday bash

Tabors raise beef and eterinarians

French TV producer returns to visit her Kentucky ‘home’

Deadline approaching for certified roadside markets

KFB accepting college scholarship applications

Free books help plan for college admission/costs

Books are handy guides for novice/seasoned gardeners

New officers elected to lead Kentucky Farm Bureau

Experts on farm tourism will share expertise

April 2009

All Around Kentucky - April 2009 - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Smith Succeeds Simpson as CEO of Insurance Company.

Also in this Issue:

Prep stars included in Hall of Fame ceremonies

EPA proposals unfair to food producers

Fifth grader spells her way to state title

Sprint Cup and motocross racers have a new sponsor

'Uniquely Kentucky' show airs in Europe

Tourists staying down on the farm

'Stuff happens' to receive ad awards

July 2009

All Around Kentucky - July 2009 - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Farmer advises and supplies brewer of unique soy sauce.

Also in this Issue:

Private Screening: KFB sponsoring free prostate cancer tests at Kentucky State Fair

Farmer's life driven by animals' well-being

Apples bloom into new career and classroom

Camping brings out the nicest people

Sixty-six students receive KFB scholarships

Proper animal care is a top priority for farmers

A.M. Best gives KFB insurance superior A+ grade

KFB adds Emmy nomiee to its television notices

Ham Breakfast starts KFB's day at the fair

Doug Langley representing KFB as state's Farmer of the Year