Local Member Benefits

Jefferson County Farm Bureau members are eligible to receive the following addition member discounts:

 

Active Imaginations Child Development Center,
$25.00 off enrollment fee.
Call Quinn Livers, 502-893-4633.

ADT Services, members will receive a FREE,
professionally installed, ADT Security System that
includes a monitored smoke/heat sensor in return for
a 36 month agreement. No credit check and no
activation fee. Contact Richard Rust, 502-439-8255 or
rrust@adt.com

Ahlhaus Aluminum Services, 7% off installation fee
up to $500.00 maximum. Call Jim Ahlhaus, 502-361-
5408.

Cornett Pro-Mow, 10% off any work done by Cornett
Pro-Mow. Contact Josh Cornett at 502-836-7470.
Larry Gatti, Relator, CRS members will receive a
$500.00 reduction in commission for any home sale
or purchase when represented by Larry Gatti. Contact
Larry Gatti at 502-314-0907.

Hilliard Lyons Financial Consultant, Sean Miranda
will offer one free Retirement Plan Analysis with no
obligation and a subscription to Sean’s monthly
newsletter tracking up to date financial topics. Call
502-326-1489.

Oxmoor Mazda, members will receive all sales and
service discounts associated with the Concierge
Program. Call Karen Milliner at 502-423-1386.

Prudential Heating and Air Conditioning Co.,
members will receive a FREE whole-house humidifier
or High Efficiency Filter with purchase of heating and
cooling system. Call Nick Kramer, 502-966-5813.

Randy’s Roadside LLC, members pay $20.00 for
each of these services; vehicle jump starts, lock outs,
tire change, and fuel delivery. Call Randy Holder,
502-303-1233.

Sunny Acres Farm, members will receive $5.00 off a
$20.00 purchase at the Road Side Market. 6516 Echo
Trail. Louisville, Kentucky 40299

 

KFB Spotlight

Kentucky Farm Bureau policy development process continues, nearly 300 members head to nation's capital
February 20, 2017
Kentucky Farm Bureau policy development process continues, nearly 300 members head to nation's capital

Kentucky Farm Bureau’s (KFB) volunteer leaders continue the organization’s grassroots policy development process this month as they head to Washington, D.C., with their list of 2017 national priority issues and a willingness to serve as “The Voice of Kentucky Agriculture.” 

Learning More about Animal Agriculture: A critical component of the ag industry
February 13, 2017
Learning More about Animal Agriculture: A critical component of the ag industry

In Kentucky, animal agriculture represents well over half of the ag economy when taking into account all livestock sectors.

Joining forces for young farmers and rural communities
February 8, 2017
Joining forces for young farmers and rural communities

As a generation of farmers gradually transfers farm management and responsibilities to the next, it’s important the handoffs are smooth and successful.