Lincoln County 2017 Food Check Out Day
Lincoln County Judge Executive Woods Adams declared February 19-25, 2017 “Food Check-Out Week” in Lincoln County. Kentucky Farm Bureau celebrates this week each year because America’s farmers are the most productive and efficient in the world, providing us with an ample supply of safe and affordable food. On February 18, 2016, members of the Lincoln County Farm Bureau Women’s Committee met at Save-A-Lot to pass out a jar of peanut butter to any shoppers that bought 3 nutritious foods. Participates were Teresa Campbell, Carolyn Cooper, Gracie Gilbert, Phyllis Long, Thelma Blair, and Joyce Hester. Any peanut butter left over from this activity was donated to Fort Logan Ministries.
- Mark Haney to Finish His Tenure as Kentucky Farm Bureau President after Fifteen Years
- September 21, 2023
Mark Haney announced today that he is stepping away from his role as president of Kentucky Farm Bureau (KFB) in December. Haney is the longest serving president in the organization’s history.
- Farmer Appreciation Day Honors Farmers, Their Occupation
- September 20, 2023
Commissioner of Agriculture Dr. Ryan Quarles honored Kentucky’s farmers and proclaimed Sept.17-23 as Farm Safety and Health Week in Kentucky at a Farmer’s Appreciation and Awards Day on the Capitol Lawn Wednesday.
- Making the Case for Crop Insurance
- September 18, 2023
Pilot Oak, Kentucky is a very small community in southern Graves County. And while it may seem like a different world there from the hustle and bustle of Washington, D.C., the looming deadline to pass the next Farm Bill draws the two places closer than ever as farm families in this community and thousands of others advocate for programs contained in this legislation.