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Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine Feels Like Kentucky Home for Vet Students from the Commonwealth
May 26, 2016
Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine Feels Like Kentucky Home for Vet Students from the Commonwealth

Thousands of students who hail from the Bluegrass State are attending Auburn University’s College of Veterinarian Medicine. 

USDA Launches First-Ever Local Foods Survey
May 20, 2016
USDA Launches First-Ever Local Foods Survey

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced in April the 2015 Local Food Marketing Practices Survey as part of its continued support of local and regional food systems.

Protect yourself from fraud when hiring contractors to repair storm damage
May 18, 2016
Protect yourself from fraud when hiring contractors to repair storm damage

Many homeowners impacted by the series of strong storms that have swept through Kentucky this month are now in need of contractors to repair damaged homes or clean up fallen debris.

2016 First Congressional District Questionnaire
May 11, 2016
2016 First Congressional District Questionnaire

Candidates for the 1st District Congressional race responded to policy questions on KFB Priority Issues.

Kentucky Farm Bureau, HB 529 and Earth Day
April 20, 2016
Kentucky Farm Bureau, HB 529 and Earth Day
Young Farmer and Horse Enthusiast Wears Many Hats for Agriculture
April 18, 2016
Young Farmer and Horse Enthusiast Wears Many Hats for Agriculture
Gov. Bevin to proclaim National Small Business Week in Kentucky
April 18, 2016
Gov. Bevin to proclaim National Small Business Week in Kentucky

The Kentucky Small Business Development Center is pleased to announce that Gov. Matt Bevin will issue a proclamation officially declaring May 1-7 National Small Business Week.

For Cattle Producers, Kentucky is Cow Country
April 12, 2016
For Cattle Producers, Kentucky is Cow Country

Kentucky beef cattle producers have reason to be proud. 

Kentucky Tobacco Still No.1 for Some Farm Families
April 12, 2016
Kentucky Tobacco Still No.1 for Some Farm Families

There is no doubt Kentucky agriculture has a long history in producing the best tobacco in the world and growers have done so for generations.

Even as markets have changed, there are still farm families that depend on it to be the main source of income for their operations.

Williams named RCARS director
April 12, 2016
Williams named RCARS director

A University of Kentucky agronomist is the new director of UK’s Robinson Center for Appalachian Resource Sustainability. David Williams assumed the leadership position April 1.