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OFFICERS

President   Calvin Shake
 Vice President   Bob Williams
  Secretary   Tommee Clark
 Treasurer   Clinton Kline
Farm Bureau Women's Chair   Catherine Shake
 Farm Bureau Women's Co-Chair   Sandi Deutsch
Young Farmer Chair   Daniel Wright
 Young Farmer Co-Chair   Samantha McNay 

 

DIRECTORS

Allen Baskett   Louisville
Anna Basket   Louisville
Taylor Bradbury   Louisville
Larry & Tammy Butler   Louisville
Mrs. Tommee Clark   Louisville
George Deutsch   Taylorsville
George & Barbara Gagel   Louisville 
Larry Lose   Louisville
Bethany Mattingly   New Albany
Jim Miles   Louisville
Guy Raymond   Louisville
Jeanine Raymond   Louisville
Katherine Shake   Louisville
Sheryl Stout   Louisville
Jennifer Wayne   Louisville
Aubrey Wells   Lawrenceburg
Kristan Wright   Smithfield
Bob Williams   Louisville
Bill & Becky Young   Louisville

KFB Spotlight

Open Letter to Governor Andy Beshear
July 6, 2020
Open Letter to Governor Andy Beshear

There is no doubt that helping usher the agriculture industry forward with technology should be a priority for Kentucky's elected officials, but how you go about it matters.

President's Column: Finding the Positive in Trying Times
July 1, 2020
President's Column:  Finding the Positive in Trying Times

It goes without saying, but the coronavirus pandemic has made the world we live in look very different than it did just a few months ago. We have had to learn to work remotely, meet virtually, and stay six feet apart from one another.

Keeping up with the Joneses: Gallatin County Brothers are Continually Working to Improve on their Farming Success
July 1, 2020
Keeping up with the Joneses: Gallatin County Brothers are Continually Working to Improve on their Farming Success

When Kentucky’s agriculture industry took a big turn away from a one-crop economy more than 20 years ago, Taylor and Zac Jones were still very young. They have since watched agriculture in the Bluegrass State evolve into one of the most diversified ag sectors in the country using investments made by the Kentucky Agricultural Development Board.