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Generation Bridge Brings New Leadership Opportunities to Specific Member Group

Generation Bridge Brings New Leadership Opportunities to Specific Member Group

As Kentucky Farm Bureau’s Centennial Year came to a close in 2019, the Vision 100 Committee was created at the direction of KFB President Mark Haney.  This committee, comprised of KFB volunteer leaders from the local level, as well as staff from both the Federation and the Insurance Company, was convened to help guide strategic planning for the future of the entire organization.

Across Kentucky - March 8, 2021
March 8, 2021
Across Kentucky - March 8, 2021

Ag Commissioner Ryan Quarles says the state Ag Tag program supports Kentucky agriculture's future.

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March 5, 2021 - Legislative Report No. 7 - 2021 Kentucky General Assembly
March 5, 2021
March 5, 2021 - Legislative Report No. 7 - 2021 Kentucky General Assembly
Across Kentucky - March 5, 2021
March 5, 2021
Across Kentucky - March 5, 2021

Wolfe County's Heather Graham says extension and Farm Bureau partnered to produce safety videos to help their community.

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Market Closes - March 4, 2021
March 4, 2021
Market Closes - March 4, 2021

CBOT futures closed mixed but low range and far from the day’s highs. Cattle futures closed lower with bigger losses in the feeder contracts. Lean hog futures ended mixed with nearby contracts mostly lower.

President's Column: Preparing Ourselves to Be Effective Advocates
March 4, 2021
President's Column:  Preparing Ourselves to Be Effective Advocates

The 2021 KFB Presidents and Vice Presidents Conference was the first in-person gathering we have experienced as an organization in nearly a year. And to say it was a great day when we all first met is an understatement.

Market Closes - March 3, 2021
March 3, 2021
Market Closes - March 3, 2021

CBOT futures closed mostly lower with corn and wheat leading the way down. Live cattle ended near steady in nearby contracts to higher in deferred LC contracts. Lean hog futures reversed Tuesday’s losses to close strongly higher even on weakness in the pork cutout.