About Us

OFFICERS

President   Caleb Ragland
 Vice President   Dale Dobson
 Secretary   Leanne Ragland
Treasurer   Tanya Williams
Agency Manager   R. Price Smith
County Ag Agent   Daniel Carpenter
Farm Bureau Women's Chair   Leanne Ragland
 Young Farmer Chair   Chris Thomas

 

DIRECTORS

Ryan & Misty Bivens   Hodgenville
Andrew Bell   Hodgenville
Shannon Bowen   Magnolia
 Jimmy Boyd   Hodgenville
Mike & Diana Cottrell   Magnolia
Robert & BJ Enlow   Hodgenville
Danny & Phyllis Gentry   New Haven
 Jeremy Hinton   Hodgenville
Patty Holbert   Hodgenville
Kevin & Gwen McCubbin   Hodgenville
Brandon Pepper   Hodgenville
Joe Stults   Hodgenville
Clint Williams   Hodgenville
Misty Wilmoth   Magnolia

 

Area 3 Program Director: Stacy L. Sipes

KFB Spotlight

KFB Marketbasket Survey Shows Increase in Food Prices for Second Straight Quarter
July 13, 2018
KFB Marketbasket Survey Shows Increase in Food Prices for Second Straight Quarter

After two years of slight quarterly declines in food prices, the most recent Kentucky Farm Bureau (KFB) Marketbasket Survey indicates a food-cost increase for a second straight quarter.

The survey, taken four times each year, price-checks 40 basic food items throughout the state in an effort to gauge current food-price trends. Since the end of 2016, surveyed food items had dropped by a total of $3.79 or just over three percent.

David S. Beck: The Next Chapter
June 29, 2018
David S. Beck: The Next Chapter

In making this transition, Beck acknowledges that change has come to Farm Bureau over the years and change is necessary to remain effective. But the organization exists for the same reasons in which it began nearly a century ago.

“To me, the value of Farm Bureau is doing things for the membership collectively that they can’t do by themselves,” he said. “And being a part of this organization has been a blessing to me.”

Statement from KFB President Mark Haney on Farm Bill passage
June 29, 2018
Statement from KFB President Mark Haney on Farm Bill passage

I would like to thank Senator Mitch McConnell on his extensive efforts to move forward the single most important piece of legislation affecting agriculture and rural communities.