Marty McKinney - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Marty McKinney Agent

Marty McKinney (Agent)

KFB Insurance Agent Since 2007 · LUTCF

Hello, and welcome to my page as your Pike County agent for Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance. I'm right here in your community, ready to serve you in all your home, auto, business, or life insurance needs. Feel free to call or text me directly at 606-791-4906. Using the links above, you can also send me an email, find me on Facebook, or click on "Request a Quote" below to discuss your insurance needs.

As a native of neighboring Floyd County, I began my insurance career in 1996 and have worked in several parts of eastern Kentucky. In 2007, I came to Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance and never looked back. I have been humbled and honored to serve in communities throughout Pike County over the years. My wife and I, along with our five children, live in Floyd County just a short drive down the road, so I am in your community daily as your local insurance agent.

Should something go wrong, you can always count on Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance to help you through it. Even our adjustors are local; they’re close by when you need them to provide valuable assistance and advice to get your claims handled quickly and with a personal touch, from start to finish! That’s what Marty K. McKinney and Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance are all about – being "Big On Commitment." 

Call me today for a free, no-obligation quote – 606-791-4906.

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