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OFFICERS

President   Terry Vice
 1st Vice President   J. Brian Clark
2nd Vice President   Sheldon McKinney
 Secretary   Daniel McCord
 Treasurer   Cory Story
 Farm Bureau Women's Chair   Mary Jayne Cannon
 Young Farmer Chair   Cody Burke

 

DIRECTORS

 Randy Barker

 

Flemingsburg

Anthony Marshall

 

Flemingsburg

Darin Burton

 

Ewing

Joseph Marshall

 

Flemingsburg

 Jere Cannon

 

Flemingsburg

Charles Masters

 

Mayslick

 David Deatley

 

Wallingford

Randall Meadows

 

Wallingford

Jarrod Fritz

 

Flemingsburg

Christopher Mitchell

 

Flemingsburg

Daryl Grannis

 

Flemingsburg

Mark Henderson

 

Maysville

Terry Ishmael

 

Hillsboro

Randall Wood

 

Flemingsburg

James Jett

 

Flemingburg

Chris Williams

 

Wallingford

Rickey Lewis

 

Hillsboro

 

 

KFB Spotlight

President's Column: Exercise Your Right to Vote
September 14, 2020
President's Column: Exercise Your Right to Vote

Unless you haven’t been watching television or listening to the radio for the past several months, you have undoubtedly seen or heard the many political ads that are currently filling the airwaves, not to mention all the print ads in newspapers and magazines, and the many social media posts related to the upcoming election.

Comment Column: The Family Farm, A Classroom Like No Other
September 14, 2020
Comment Column: The Family Farm, A Classroom Like No Other

I’m blessed to have grown up on our family farm in Clark County. It taught me the benefits of hard work as I learned through hands-on activities that took place every day. I discovered how to grow crops, care for animals, and to be a good steward of the land. It was a classroom like no other and my parents set an example that I carry with me daily.

Down the Backroads: The First Day of School
September 14, 2020
Down the Backroads:  The First Day of School

I remember well my very first day of school in 1966. I was terrified. There is no other way to describe it except to say it was sheer terror. In those days, at least where I lived, preschool and kindergarten were not an option, or at least not something included in my little country school.