County Corner - Kentucky Farm Bureau

County Corner

County Farm Bureaus support every community in the Commonwealth through information, products and service programs including: Women's Leadership Activities, Ag in the Classroom, Commodity Market Information, Scholarships, Certified Roadside Farm Markets and our Young Farmers program.  County Farm Bureaus  have established a reputation as effective advocates for its members.  Check this space often for updates on County Farm Bureau programs and activities happening in our community.

Mercer County Farm Bureau Newsletter - April 2024
Mercer County Farm Bureau Newsletter - April 2024
Mercer County Farm Bureau Newsletter - January 2024
Mercer County Farm Bureau Newsletter - January 2024
2024 Mercer County Farm Bureau Accepting Applications for the Bill Waggener Young Farmer Scholarship
2024 Mercer County Farm Bureau Accepting Applications for the Bill Waggener Young Farmer Scholarship

Scholarship time! We are blessed to offer 2 $1,000 Bill Waggener Young Farmer Scholarships this year. This is for a high school senior who plans to major in agriculture. Applications are due by February 29, 2024.

Mercer County Farm Bureau Newsletter - April 2023
Mercer County Farm Bureau Newsletter - April 2023
2023 Mercer County Farm Bureau Member Benefits Brochure
2023 Mercer County Farm Bureau Member Benefits Brochure
Mercer County Farm Bureau Now Accepting Applications for the 2023 Peggy Waggener "Ag in the Classroom" Grant
Mercer County Farm Bureau Now Accepting Applications for the 2023 Peggy Waggener "Ag in the Classroom" Grant
Mercer County Farm Bureau Newsletter - January 2023
Mercer County Farm Bureau Newsletter - January 2023
Mercer County Farm Bureau Now Accepting Scholarship Applications for 2023-2024 School Year
Mercer County Farm Bureau Now Accepting Scholarship Applications for 2023-2024 School Year

Mercer County Farm Bureau (MCFB) is now accepting college scholarship applications. MCFB will award one $1,000 college scholarship for the 2023-24 school year.

Mercer County Farm Bureau Newsletter - October 2022
Mercer County Farm Bureau Newsletter - October 2022
Zac Lewis Named 2022 Mercer County Farm Bureau Young Farmer of the Year
Zac Lewis Named 2022 Mercer County Farm Bureau Young Farmer of the Year

Mercer County Farm Bureau named Zac Lewis its 2022 Young Farmer of the Year.

July 29, 2022
Mercer County Farm Bureau Newsletter - July 2022
Mercer County Farm Bureau Newsletter - July 2022
Mercer County Farm Bureau Co-Sponsors KDA Mobile Science Activity Center at Local Elementary School
Mercer County Farm Bureau Co-Sponsors KDA Mobile Science Activity Center at Local Elementary School

Mercer County Farm Bureau co-sponsored the Kentucky Department of Agriculture Mobile Science Activity Center at the Mercer County Elementary School. 

Mercer County Farm Bureau Newsletter - January 2022
Mercer County Farm Bureau Newsletter - January 2022

Mercer County Farm Bureau partnered with Mercer County Cattlemen’s Association, Fort Harrod Back Country Horsemen, and local farmers to purchase nearly $8,600 in much needed supplies for Western Kentucky communities affected by the devastating tornadoes.

Mercer County Farm Bureau Sponsors Ag Awareness Day
Mercer County Farm Bureau Sponsors Ag Awareness Day

Mercer County Farm Bureau Sponsors Ag Awareness Day at local middle school.

Mercer County Farm Bureau Raises More Than $3,000 for Agriculture Scholarships
Mercer County Farm Bureau Raises More Than $3,000 for Agriculture Scholarships

Mercer County Farm Bureau raised more than $3,000 at its 3rd annual golf scramble.

Mercer County Farm Bureau Membership Brochure
Mercer County Farm Bureau Membership Brochure

Mercer County Farm Bureau has partnered with local businesses to offer significant discounts to its members.

Mercer County Farm Bureau Newsletter October 2019
Mercer County Farm Bureau Newsletter October 2019

Mercer County Farm Bureau recognizes its 2019 Young Farmer of the Year, Outstanding Farm Bureau Youth contestants, and Variety Contestants in this edition of the Mercer County Farm Bureau Newsletter

Mercer County Farm Bureau Newsletter June 2019
Mercer County Farm Bureau Newsletter June 2019

Mercer County Farm Bureau - it pays to be a member! Check out the list of member benefits including the local businesses that offer discounts to Farm Bureau members.

Mercer County Farm Bureau Newsletter January 2019
Mercer County Farm Bureau Newsletter January 2019

Board members and insurance agents, Libby Stocker and Bobby Smith, raised money for the Harrodsburg Herald Love Tree, Mercer County Farm Bureau is recognized during the 2019 Kentucky Farm Bureau Annual Meeting, and college scholarship applications are now available at the the Farm Bureau office. Read about these topics and more in this edition of the Mercer County Farm Bureau Newsletter.

Mercer County Farm Bureau Newsletter July 2018
Mercer County Farm Bureau Newsletter July 2018

Mercer County Farm Bureau awarded college scholarships to Austin Arnold and Ashley Nolan.  Read about this and more in the July edition of the Mercer County Farm Bureau Newsletter.

 

KFB Spotlight

The 2024 "Coolest Thing Made in Kentucky" has an Ag Connection
June 13, 2024
The 2024 "Coolest Thing Made in Kentucky" has an Ag Connection

The second annual Kentucky Association of Manufacturers (KAM) 2024 Coolest Thing Made in Kentucky Tournament winner is HempWood, an innovative lumber alternative that uses hemp and a soy-based glue to make organic flooring and other products. The contest is presented by Kentucky Farm Bureau (KFB) Insurance.

2024 Kentucky Wheat Crop Update
June 13, 2024
2024 Kentucky Wheat Crop Update

Following a record-setting 2023 wheat crop, Kentucky producers are heading into harvest season as a top 15 wheat-producing state in the country thanks to that robust production last year.

Finding Her Way to the Farm and Farm Bureau
June 13, 2024
Finding Her Way to the Farm and Farm Bureau

Growing up in suburban Chicago, I was as far removed from agriculture as a child can be. But, I started riding horses at age 6; I came to Midway College for an Equine Management Degree, met a farm boy, fell in love, and got married.