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OFFICERS

President   Josh Brown
 Vice President   Dan Grigson
  Secretary/Treasurer   Melinda Pence
 Farm Bureau Women's Chair   Thelma Blair
 Young Farmer Chair   Alan Hubble

DIRECTORS

David Adams   Stanford
Lissa Albright   Crab Orchard
Jack Blair   Stanford
Thelma Blair   Stanford
David Campbell   Stanford
 Ronnie Cooper   Stanford
Danny Grisgon   Stanford
Paul Hall   Waynesurg
John Hester   Hustonville
Anthony Honaker   Stanford
 Linton Hubble   Eubank
Steve Kelley   Stanford
Greg Kirkpatrick   Stanford
 Jim May   Waynesburg
Jeff Morris   Stanford
Joey Mullins   Waynesburg
Neil Owens    Hustonville
Paul Napier   Stanford
Bill Payne   Stanford
David Peek   Kings Mountain
Josh Rankin   Stanford
Joseph Stanley   Hustonville
Orville Whitaker   Crab Orchard

KFB Spotlight

Generation Bridge Brings New Leadership Opportunities to Specific Member Group
September 22, 2021
Generation Bridge Brings New Leadership Opportunities to Specific Member Group

As Kentucky Farm Bureau’s Centennial Year came to a close in 2019, the Vision 100 Committee was created at the direction of KFB President Mark Haney.  This committee, comprised of KFB volunteer leaders from the local level, as well as staff from both the Federation and the Insurance Company, was convened to help guide strategic planning for the future of the entire organization.

Commissioner Quarles proclaims Sept. 19-25 as Farm Safety and Health Week in Kentucky
September 19, 2021
Commissioner Quarles proclaims Sept. 19-25  as Farm Safety and Health Week in Kentucky

Commissioner of Agriculture Dr. Ryan Quarles has proclaimed Sept.19-25 as Farm Safety and Health Week in Kentucky to encourage farmers and farm workers to put their health and safety first at all times. The theme for this year’s safety week is “Farm Safety Yields Real Results.”

Down the Backroads | Kindness Really Is a Way of Life in Kentucky
September 8, 2021
Down the Backroads | Kindness Really Is a Way of Life in Kentucky

A recent survey conducted by an organization known as “Kindness.org” listed Kentucky as being the kindest state in the U.S. Now, I’m no rocket scientist, but I have figured that one out; no survey needed.