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A Different World; The Same Mission While dealing with COVID-19, Farm Families are Still Doing What They Do Best

A Different World; The Same Mission While dealing with COVID-19, Farm Families are Still Doing What They Do Best

A few short weeks ago, most citizens in Kentucky, and across the country, were preparing for spring and all the activities the new season would bring. But since the onset of COVID-19, the coronavirus, most have hunkered down close to home hoping to wait this pandemic out.

KFB Federation Executive Vice President Drew Graham: We Will Prevail
April 6, 2020
KFB Federation Executive Vice President Drew Graham: We Will Prevail

I have seen many situations develop through the course of my life on the farm, in public service, in education, and with Farm Bureau, but probably none like what we are going through now, due to COVID19. I know many of you are feeling the same way.

KFB Insurance CEO John Sparrow: Seeking more ways to serve you
April 6, 2020
KFB Insurance CEO John Sparrow: Seeking More Ways to Serve You

Helping relieve the anxiety of our members during the Coronavirus pandemic remains a priority for KFB Insurance.

Broadband Connectivity: Needed Now More Than Ever
April 6, 2020
Broadband Connectivity: Needed Now More Than Ever

With the many school and business closures that have come due to concerns over the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19), working from home has become more commonplace than most people likely ever dreamed of.

Kentucky Department of Agriculture And Kentucky Farm Bureau Provide COVID-19 Resource For Producers
April 6, 2020
Kentucky Department of Agriculture And Kentucky Farm Bureau Provide COVID-19 Resource For Producers

The Kentucky Department of Agriculture (KDA) and Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation have teamed up to develop a one-page COVID-19 pandemic resource for Kentucky producers.

Stress on the Farm and in Rural America: Resources are Available
April 3, 2020
Stress on the Farm and in Rural America:  Resources are Available

As the problem of stress related issues becomes more visible, the onset of COVID-19 has only escalated those stress levels for everyone as they transition to a time of working remotely, or not working at all.

Market Closes - April 1, 2020
April 2, 2020
Market Closes - April 1, 2020

CBOT futures closed mostly lower led by KC Wheat. Futures rallied in the 9:00 a.m. CT hour when crude oil futures soared.  Cattle futures gapped lower on the open and closed down the expanded limit of $4.50 in LC and $6.75 in FC.  Lean hog futures also gapped lower and closed down the daily limit of $4.50/cwt.