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11. Livingston becomes first Kentucky Proud town
Tags: Agriculture, Agriculture Commissioner, Economic Development, James Comer, Jason Medley, Jobs, Kentucky, Kentucky Farm Bureau, Kentucky Proud, Kentucky Proud Program, Kentucky State Parks, Kentucky Trail Town, KYFB, Livingston, Local, Local Farmers, Major, Mt Vernon, Produce, Profit, Revenue, Roadside Markets, Rockcastle County, Rockcastle County Detention Center, Tourism, Volunteers
By Dan
12. Agriculture takes center stage as consumers drive local food movement
Tags: Agriculture, Agritourism, Apple Orchard, Certified Roadside Markets, Don Haney, Farm Bureau, Farm Economy, Farmers, Farmers' Markets, Foodport, Haney's Appledale Farm, Hospitals, Kentucky, Kentucky Farm Bureau, KFB, Lexington, Local foods, Locally Produced, Louisville, Mark Haney, Mayor, Pulaski County, Rural, School Systems, The Voice of Agriculture, UK, Universities, University of Kentucky
By Dan
13. KDA marketing chief tells panel Kentucky Proud members benefit from program improvements
Tags: 2014 Farm Bill, Agriculture Commissioner, Atalo Holdings, Benefit, Boone Creek Creamery, Comer, Commissioner Comer, Commissioner of Agriculture, Dennis Parrett, Farm Impact, Fisk Tank, Florence, Frankfort, GOAP, Governor's Office of Agricultural Policy, Hemp Seed, Homegrown by Heroes, Industrial Hemp Production, James R Comer, Joel Neaveill, Jonathan Shell, Justice Cabinet, KDA, Kentucky, Kentucky Agricultural Development Board, Kentucky Agricultural Development Fund, Kentucky Department of Agriculture, Kentucky Farm Bureau, Kentucky Industrial Hemp Commission, Kentucky Proud, Kentucky Proud Farm to Campus Program, Kentucky Proud Popcorn, Kentucky Proud Promotional Program, Kentucky State Parks, KFB, Kristen Branscum, Kroger, KYFB, Legislative Panel, Lexington, Louisville, Members, Milk, Minor League Baseball, Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt, Partnership, Preferred Popcorn of Nebraska, Programs, Restaurant Rewards Recipients, Roadside Markets, Roger Thomas, The Restaurant Rewards Program, Tobacco Settlement Agreement Fund Oversight Committee, US Armed Forces, Udderly Kentucky, Universities, University of Kentucky Dining, Veterans, WalMart, Western Kentucky Farmers
By Dan
14. Don’t abandon ship – keep boating safety a priority this summer!
Tags: Accidents, Audible, Bluegrass State, Boaters, Boating, Caution, Claims, Collisions, Driver Error, Fire Extinguisher, Fishing and Boating Guide, Flotation Device, Fourth of July, Holiday, Insurance, Kentucky, Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife, Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources, Kentucky Farm Bureau, KFB, Lakes, Life Jackets, National Safe Boating Council, Navigation Lights, NSBC, Policy-Holders, Resources, River, Safety, Sidelights, Signaling Device, State and Federal Regulations, Summertime, Traffic, US Coast Gaurd, Vessels, Water
By Dan
15. Across Kentucky - June 11, 2015
Tags: Ag Facts, Agricultural Community, Booklet, Commodities, consumer education, Economics, Joe Cain, Kentucky Agricultural Facts Booklet, Kentucky Farm Bureau, Production Sector
By Dan
16. Kentucky Farm Bureau’s Bluegrass & Backroads nominated for five Emmy® Awards
Tags: 51st Annual Ohio Valley Regional Emmy Awards, Agriculture, Artisan Chocolatier, Award, Best Magazine, Bill Kolok, Bluegrass & Backroads, Bob Shrader, Category, Cellar Door Chocolates, Clockmaker, Culture, Directing, Dulcimer Craftsman, Emmy Awards, Episode, Erika Chaves-Graziano, Eubank, Feature, Filming, Hosting, Keenland, Keith Chambers, Kentucky, Kentucky Farm Bureau, KET, KY, KYFB, Lexington, Louisville, Mark Eubank, Matt Hilton, NATAS, Nominated, Nominees, on Kentucky Educational Television, Online, Owensboro, Ravenna, RFD-TV, Segment, Show, State, Stations, Stone Sculptor, Streaming, Television Program, The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, The Ohio Valley Chapter of NATAS, Tim Hall, Video Production Coordinator, Wood Sculptor
By Dan
17. Ninety-Six high school students to attend KFB’s Institute for Future Agricultural Leaders
Tags: 2015, Abby Willgruber, Adair County, Adam Sanderson, Agricultural Industry, Agricultural Policy, Agricultural Science, Agriculture, Agriculture Education, Aimee Powell, Allison Brockman, Amber Brown, Anderson County, Aracelia Chay-Yac, Ashley Hardin, Audrey Frederick, Ballard County, Bath County, Ben Pinkston, Bourbon COunty, Boyd County, Boyle County, Bracken County, Breckinridge County, BrookeLynn Meacham, Bullitt County, Butler County, Caldwell County, Caleb Foutch, Calloway County, Cameron Wilbur, Campbell County, Careers, Casey Hargis, Cassidie Cartwright, Chance Wayne, Chelsea Stephens, Chris Heinrich, Christian County, Clark County, Classes, Cody Burke, Cody Collins, Cody Osborne, College, Conner Sherman, Counties, County Farm Bureau, Courtney Driskell, Cumberland County, Dakota Gill, Danielle Allen, Daviess County, Davis Fugate, DeAnna Ladd, Drew Dadisman, Emery Poore, Emily Hamilton, Emily Huff, Eric Bullock, Estill County, Fayette County, Fleming County, Franklin County, Fulton County, Gabby Barnes, Gaige Meadows, Garrard County, Ginger Sisk, Gracie Furnish, Graves County, Green County, Greenup County, Hardin County, Harley Hawkins, Harrison County, Hart County, Henderson County, Henry County, Hickman County, High School, Hopkins County, IFAL, Institute for Future Agricultural Leaders, Isaiah Vandiver, Israel Rains, Ivan Beasley, Jackson Tolle, Jacob Fleming, James Ballinger, Jared Disney, Jefferson County, Jenna Harrod, Jera Kessler, Jessamine County, Jesse Hayden, John Robert Murphy, Joseph Fischer, Josie Herring, Katie Crump, Katie Elder, Kay Brown, Kelsi Mart, Kentucky Farm Bureau, KFB, Kinzie Sherman, Knox County, Korri Briggs, Krystal Snellen, Lane Dubre, Lawrence County, Leadership, Leadership Conference, Lilly Robertson, Lincoln County, Logan County, Lora Pryor, Luke Wilson, Macey Maze, Madison Cooper, Madison Kelly, Makayla Arnett, Margaret Brown, Marion County, Marshall County, Mary Beth Hamm, Mary Hinton, Mason County, Matison Bentley, McCreary County, McKayla Sprowles, McLean County, Meade County, Melanie Robertson, Menifee County, Mercer County, Metcalfe County, Michaela Boeglin, Michala Stillwell, Miranda Robinson, Montgomery County, Morgan Askins, Muhlenberg County, Murray State University, Neely Williams, Nelson County, Nick Hope, Noah Carter, Noah Ferguson, Paige Cecil, Pulaski County, Randa Morris, Research Farms, Rockcastle County, Ryan Tolson, Samantha Vick, Sammie Arnold, Sarah Holder, Sessions, Shayla Berry, Shelby Bellah, Shelby County, Sierra Long, Simpson County, Sophia Brown, Students, Summer, Sydney Willingham, Tanner Erlandson, Taylor County, Taylor Gray, Tia Penrod, Todd County, Tori Barton, Travis Fry, Trigg County, Union County, University of Kentucky, Warren County, Wayne County, Will Holbrook, Women and Young Farmer Programs, Zach DeBord, Zach Flaherty
By Dan
18. Kentucky Farm Bureau awards nearly $400,000 in college scholarships
Tags: Amount, Award, Awarded, College, County Farm Bureau, Dollar Amount, Education, Goals, Grants, Kentucky Farm Bureau, Kentucky Farm Bureau Education Foundation, KFB Education Foundation, KYFB, KYFB Members, Post-Secondary Education, Scholarships, State Farm Bureau, Students, Susie Tanner
By Dan
19. Aaron and Melissa Miller win Excellence in Agriculture award
Tags: AFBF, Bill Johnson, California, Case IH Farmall 45A, Chevrolet Silverado, David S Beck, Excellence in Agriculture Awards, Farm Credit Services of Mid-America, General Motors, GMC Sierra, John Deere Gator, Kentucky Farm Bureau, Mark Haney, San DIego, Stihl
By kyfb
20. RECORD BREAKER! Grand Champion Ham fetches $2 million charitable bid at 51st annual Country Ham Breakfast & Auction
Tags: Bridgeman Foods, Broadbents B&B Foods, Country Ham Breakfast & Auction, Dr Mark Lynn, Hermitage Farms, Joe Cain, Kentucky, Kentucky Exposition Center, Kentucky Farm Bureau, Kentucky State Fair, Kuttawa, Republic Bank & Trust, Steve Trager
By kyfb

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