Harlan County Farm Bureau Provides Much Needed Assistance to Local Charities
Harlan County Farm Bureau generously donated to multiple Harlan County non-profits this Christmas including: Christ’s Hands, located in downtown Harlan, which provides food and housing for the homeless, as well as, thousands of meals to those in need year around and support to area food pantries; The Cumberland Hope Center, located in Verda, a Kentucky Recovery Center providing long-term addiction recovery aid for women; Nurse with a Purse, located in Bledsoe, which provides toys, clothing, food and more for children and elderly in need; and Jim Muggins Empty Stocking Fund, located in Cumberland, which gives food to families in the tri-cities area of Harlan County.
- Mark Haney to Finish His Tenure as Kentucky Farm Bureau President after Fifteen Years
- September 21, 2023
Mark Haney announced today that he is stepping away from his role as president of Kentucky Farm Bureau (KFB) in December. Haney is the longest serving president in the organization’s history.
- Farmer Appreciation Day Honors Farmers, Their Occupation
- September 20, 2023
Commissioner of Agriculture Dr. Ryan Quarles honored Kentucky’s farmers and proclaimed Sept.17-23 as Farm Safety and Health Week in Kentucky at a Farmer’s Appreciation and Awards Day on the Capitol Lawn Wednesday.
- Making the Case for Crop Insurance
- September 18, 2023
Pilot Oak, Kentucky is a very small community in southern Graves County. And while it may seem like a different world there from the hustle and bustle of Washington, D.C., the looming deadline to pass the next Farm Bill draws the two places closer than ever as farm families in this community and thousands of others advocate for programs contained in this legislation.