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No Kentuckian should ever go hungry. That’s why we’re a proud contributor to the Kentucky Hunger Initiative.
An educated Kentucky is a prosperous Kentucky. We’re proud to help Kentucky students achieve their academic goals.
Wherever you are in Commonwealth, you’re never far from free Wi-Fi access – courtesy of Kentucky’s insurance company.
Some Kentuckians may not be able to carry a tune, but at least they carry their insurance with Kentucky's own insurance company.
House of Cards
Sometimes having things go right just isn't in the cards. For those times, there's great coverage from people you know.
We believe Kentuckians are the most creative people in the world, and we're sticking to it.
To some, it’s just a boat. But to Jim, it’s his escape from meetings, traffic, and the grind of daily life. He may not catch any keepers, but he wouldn’t trade his day on the lake for anything in the world. That’s why his boat is insured by Kentucky Farm Bureau. But it’s not just Kentucky’s Farm Bureau... It’s Jim’s “recharge-the-battery” Farm Bureau.
The way Bill sees it, a car is not just for getting from point A to point B. For Bill, his car is a reflection of his personality, his style, his values. That’s why he has Kentucky Farm Bureau take care of his insurance. Because we’re not just Kentucky’s Farm Bureau… We’re Bill’s “pride and joy” Farm Bureau.
It may not be their forever home, but it is their first home. It’s where they’ll begin to build a life together, learn how to tile a kitchen floor, and do all the other “grown up” things that come with home ownership... like start a family. We’re proud to not just be Kentucky’s Farm Bureau, but John and Katie’s “making memories” Farm Bureau.
Protect your family and property with insurance from a company deeply rooted in Kentucky. Protect your family and property with insurance from a company deeply rooted in Kentucky.
Protect what matters most. Talk to an agent about insurance that’s right for your family.
Trees can be an important part of a home. Same goes for a homeowner’s policy from someone you know.
You and your beloved have a lasting commitment. Make sure your insurance company is Big on Commitment, too.
Life Insurance: Swing
Talk to a Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance agent today about life insurance that helps protect your family's tomorrow.
I Believe: Small Business
At Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance, we believe small businesses are an important part of this state's homegrown success. It's part of what makes Kentucky such a great place to live and yet another reason why KFB Loves KY.
I Believe: Small Town
At Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance, we believe in small town values. It's part of what makes Kentucky such a great place to live and yet another reason why KFB Loves KY.
I Believe: Sticking Together
At Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance, we believe in sticking together. It's part of what makes Kentucky such a great place to live and yet another reason why KFB Loves KY.
I Believe: Fun
At Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance, we believe in having fun and sharing life together. It's part of what makes Kentucky such a great place to live and yet another reason why KFB Loves KY.
DeAdrell Porter - Four Kids
DeAdrell won't be distracted from achieving her goals. Her future children will thank her.
Janet Scott - Buttermilk Pie
We’d sure like that pie recipe, Janet, so be careful out there.
Joren Fields - Tickets to Prague
Joren has one thing she’d like to “Czech” off her mom’s bucket list.
Kristy Calman - New York
Think Kristy would risk not making her dream trip? Fuggedaboutit.
Patterson Larkins - Front Seat
We see quite a future for Patterson. See if you agree.
Alex Haydon - Niece in play
Alex, let us know when that play opens. We’d love to see it.
Lauren Crawford - National Anthem
What’s one of Lauren’s lifelong goals? She’s pretty vocal about it.
Stan Meers - Graduate
A dad's love for his daughter is amazing, even if it's not always easy.
Stats you have to see - just not while you're driving.