About Us

OFFICERS

President   Cary King
Vice President   Glenn Devine
 Secretary   Gary Keller
Treasurer   James (Bill) Waggener
Farm Bureau Women's Chair   Megan DeHart
Farm Bureau Women's Co-Chair   Tiffany Ison
 Young Farmer Chair   Kendra Rowland

 

DIRECTORS

Tess Caudill   Harrodsburg
 James & Megan DeHart   Salvisa 
Martina Devine   Harrodsburg
Jason & Christie Devine   Harrodsburg
Bruce Harper   Harrodsburg
 Jimmy Howard   Harrodsburg
Zack & Tiffany Ison   Harrodsburg
Mike Jones   Salvisa
Gary Keller   Harrodsburg
Leigh & Mike McRay    Harrodsburg
Zachery Mink   Harrodsburg
Kendra Rowland   Harrodsburg
Racheed & Marla Seraji   Harrodsburg
Ian Thomas   Harrodsburg
Peggy Waggener   Harrodsburg

 

Area Program Director District #5: Brad Wilkerson

KFB Spotlight

Comment Column: KFB Young Farmer Chair Tyler Ferguson talks about farming and a rural way of life
April 23, 2019
Comment Column:  KFB Young Farmer Chair Tyler Ferguson talks about farming and a rural way of life

Having grown up working on my grandparent’s farm, I learned at an early age an appreciation of the farming way of life. I was taught the value agriculture holds for my family and the world around me. 

A Look at Agriculture Outside the US: Seeing Argentina agriculture gives Kentucky farmers a new appreciation here, at home
April 5, 2019
A Look at Agriculture Outside the US:  Seeing Argentina agriculture gives Kentucky farmers a new appreciation here, at home

Sometimes, the best way to see more clearly, and perhaps appreciate more, a specific issue that is close to home, is to observe if from a different perspective, in a different place.  

Staying out of the Weather: Compost bedded pack barns could eliminate some wintertime hassles
April 4, 2019
Staying out of the Weather:  Compost bedded pack barns could eliminate some wintertime hassles

Since the end of last December, several head of a beef cattle herd on the David and Mollie Appelman / ATM Farm, were kept in a compost bedded pack barn throughout the winter months, rather than out in the wet winter weather. The idea led to dryer feeding conditions, less water/waste run-off, easier working conditions, and happier cows.