About Us

OFFICERS

President

 

Sharon Spencer

 1st Vice President

 

Coy Trapp

  Secretary/Treasurer

 

Mona Redding

 Farm Bureau Women's Co-Chair

 

Sharon Spencer

Farm Bureau Women's Co-Chair

 

Mona Redding

 Young Farmer Chair

 

RW Eldridge

Office Secretary

 

Jamie Greer

Agency Manager

 

J.O. Osborne

Agency Manager

 

Ed McClure

County Agriculture Agent

 

Keenan Bishop

 

DIRECTORS

Todd Akers

 

Stamping Ground

 

James P. Morse

 

Bagdad

John Bondurant

 

Frankfort

 

James Mucci

 

Midway

Ray Bowman

 

Frankfort

 

Richard Mucci

 

Midway

Doyle Devers

 

Frankfort

 

Roger Perkins

 

Frankfort

Webster Fannin

 

Frankfort

 

Wilbert Perkins

 

Frankfort

R.W. Eldridge

 

Frankfort

 

Marvin Polsgrove

 

Frankfort

Michael Green

 

Lawrenceburg

 

Bruce Quarles

 

Frankfort

Hobart Hearn

 

Frankfort

 

Steven Quarles

 

Frankfort

Tommy Hughes

 

Frankfort

 

Thomas C. Quarles

 

Frankfort

Charles Jones

 

Frankfort

 

Travis Quarles

 

Frankfort

Emerson Jones

 

Frankfort

 

Kerry Redding

 

Frankfort

J.W. Luttrell

 

Frankfort

 

Clyde Smith

 

Frankfort

Ben Mefford

 

Frankfort

 

Kip Sparrow

 

Frankfort

Herbert B. Mefford

 

Frankfort

 

Roger Sparrow

 

Frankfort

Carl Mitchell

 

Frankfort

 

Michael Spencer

 

Frankfort

Jon E. Mitchell

 

Frankfort

 

Patrick Stone

 

Frankfort

Phillip Morgan

 

Frankfort

 

Sam Tracey

 

Frankfort

 

 

 

 

Noel Wise

 

Frankfort

 

KFB Spotlight

Statement from Kentucky Farm Bureau President Mark Haney: 2018 Farm Bill
April 20, 2018
Statement from Kentucky Farm Bureau President Mark Haney: 2018 Farm Bill

As work continues on the 2018 Farm Bill, we look forward to the benefits it promises. The bill brings relief and certainty back into the lives of our Kentucky farm families.

Farm Leaders Visit Opioid Memorial in Show of Unity
April 18, 2018
Farm Leaders Visit Opioid Memorial in Show of Unity

The presidents of the nation’s two largest general farm organizations today visited the “Prescribed to Death” opioid memorial in Washington, D.C., in a show of unity to address the national opioid epidemic that is disproportionately affecting farming communities.

Down the Backroads: Staying Linked to Your Past
April 17, 2018
Down the Backroads: Staying Linked to Your Past

It is important to stay linked to your past; learn from it; cherish it and be reminded of it even as we walk into the future. For me, it has provided an easier path in my walk forward.