About Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance

Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance has been serving families of the Bluegrass since 1943. We are the largest property and casualty insurance company in Kentucky. We're located where our customers are — in each and every one of the 120 counties in the Commonwealth. Tired of dealing with a computer or answering service? We're hometown people ready to serve you on a personal basis.

Ward, the leading provider of benchmarking and best practices studies for the insurance industry, lists Kentucky Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Company as one of the top 50 performing property/casualty companies in the industry. This award recognizes outstanding financial results in the areas of safety, consistency, and performance over the past five years. Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance is also rated A (excellent), one of the highest ratings awarded by the A.M. Best Company, the most respected name in insurance rating services. In addition, we are currently rated an A+ with the Better Business Bureau (BBB). BBB ratings are based on 13 trust-related factors, including fair and appropriate handling of any customer complaints filed with BBB, business stability as represented by numerous years of business, and compliance with BBB’s Standards of Trust.

   |  one of the highest ratings awarded by the A.M. Best Company   |   rated an A+ with the Better Business Bureau (BBB)

Life's Blueprints: A KFB Insurance Blog

Information that will help keep you and your loved ones safe and savvy – whether you’re on the road or in your old Kentucky home.

9 tips for avoiding a deer collision this fall
9 tips for avoiding a deer collision this fall

Each year, the native white-tailed deer species is the cause of 150 human deaths and 1.5 million vehicle collisions nationally, according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.

Trees, leaves and debris: Your gutters' worst enemies
Trees, leaves and debris: Your gutters' worst enemies

The soft leaves, pine needles, saplings and debris in your gutters are perfect home-building materials for invasive critters such as squirrels, possums, birds and cockroaches.