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Statement from KFB President, Mark Haney on Farm Bill passage

Official Statement from Kentucky Farm Bureau President, Mark Haney on the passage of the Farm Bill on June 21, 2018.

Across Kentucky - June 18. 2018
June 13, 2018
Across Kentucky - June 18. 2018

With wheat harvest underway across Kentucky, initial reports indicate the crop is looking pretty good.  Steven Locke with Siemer Milling Company talks with host Alan Watts about the quality of the wheat, the price outlook and some foods made with Kentucky wheat.

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Harrison County Students Get a Taste of the Farm
June 8, 2018
Harrison County Students Get a Taste of the Farm

Having access to a working farm helps students discover many possibilities for their futures

Woodford County's SPARK Community Café Fights Hunger from a Different Perspective
June 8, 2018
Woodford County's SPARK Community Café Fights Hunger from a Different Perspective

Agriculture Commissioner Ryan Quarles has made the hunger issue a top priority and began a Hunger Task Force comprised of various individuals, including representation from Kentucky Farm Bureau; coming together in hopes of finding answers that would alleviate this prevalent issue.

Kentucky Farm Bureau Studios Nominated For 10 Emmy Awards
June 8, 2018
Kentucky Farm Bureau Studios Nominated For 10 Emmy Awards

Kentucky Farm Bureau Studios, which produces the Emmy award-winning show Bluegrass & Backroads, received 10 nominations in the 54th Annual Ohio Valley Regional Emmy Awards. Bluegrass & Backroads, a show which highlights the culture and charm of Kentucky, airs on RFD-TV and Kentucky Educational Television weekly.

Down the Backroads: By Tim Thornberry
June 7, 2018
Down the Backroads: By Tim Thornberry
The Value of Membership
June 7, 2018
The Value of Membership

For nearly 100 years, Kentucky Farm Bureau has served as the “Voice of Agriculture,” in its efforts to help rural communities be successful, and from its beginning, KFB has operated as a grassroots organization. Today we have offices serving all 120 Kentucky counties.