About Us

OFFICERS

President   Jay Campbell
1st Vice President   Doug Milliken
2nd Vice President   Frances Brown
Secretary   Danielle Pritchett
Treasurer   Albert Brown
Agency Manager   Mike Baugh
Co. Agriculture Agent   Leann Martin
Farm Bureau Women’s Chair   Jennifer Ferris
Farm Bureau Women’s Co-chair   Karen Milliken
Young Farmer Chair   Grant Hildabrand

 

DIRECTORS

John Alcott   Russellville
Jonathan Brown   Russellville
Bobby Dawson   Olmstead
Wesley Estes   Russellville
Daniel Gaston   Russellville
Paul Gripshover   Auburn
Dwight Grise   Russellville
Brad Hall   Russellville
Carrell Hughes   Auburn
Jerry Hughes   Auburn
Ray Hughes   Auburn
Gary Jenkins   Russellville
Daniel Johnson   Russellville
Trent Martin   Russellville
Richard Moore   Adairville
Patsy Poore   Russellville
Russell Poore   Russellville
Thomas Poole   Auburn
Jeremy Robertson   Franklin
Tabatha Robertson   Franklin

 

KFB Spotlight

Down the Backroads
September 22, 2018
Down the Backroads

By Tim Thornberry, Editor Kentucky Farm Bureau News

During a recent visit to West Kentucky, I decided to make the return trip an adventure and stay off the Interstate/Parkway for as long as possible. Nothing wrong with our wonderful Interstate system, but I do enjoy the scenery that can only be found on the less beaten paths.

Renee Laurent Named Compliance Manager
September 6, 2018
Renee Laurent Named Compliance Manager

Governor’s Office of Agricultural Policy (GOAP) Executive Director Warren Beeler announced today the appointment of Renee Laurent to Compliance Manager. Renee is a former intern for Kentucky Farm Bureau. We wish her well at her new position and we are proud of her earning this opportunity. 

Kentucky Farm Bureau Seeking Participants for the 2019-2020 LEAD Class
September 4, 2018
Kentucky Farm Bureau Seeking Participants  for the 2019-2020 LEAD Class

Recruitment for Kentucky Farm Bureau’s (KFB) next group of participants in the two-year, Leadership Enhancement for Agricultural Development (LEAD) program is now underway. Up to 16 individuals will be selected for this intensive learning experience to equip the next generation of agricultural leaders with the tools to manage tomorrow’s challenges.