Scott County Farm Bureau

Scott County Farm Bureau

Kentucky Farm Bureau is a grassroots organization that began in 1919 to represent the interests of its member-families through programs and supporting efforts. Scott County Farm Bureau offers benefits and services to local residents and has established a reputation as an effective advocate for its local members. Among the benefits of membership are the extensive insurance and financial services available through Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance Cos., the largest property-and-casualty insurer in Kentucky.

KFB Spotlight

President's Column: Finding the Positive in Trying Times
July 1, 2020
President's Column:  Finding the Positive in Trying Times

It goes without saying, but the coronavirus pandemic has made the world we live in look very different than it did just a few months ago. We have had to learn to work remotely, meet virtually, and stay six feet apart from one another.

Keeping up with the Joneses: Gallatin County Brothers are Continually Working to Improve on their Farming Success
July 1, 2020
Keeping up with the Joneses: Gallatin County Brothers are Continually Working to Improve on their Farming Success

When Kentucky’s agriculture industry took a big turn away from a one-crop economy more than 20 years ago, Taylor and Zac Jones were still very young. They have since watched agriculture in the Bluegrass State evolve into one of the most diversified ag sectors in the country using investments made by the Kentucky Agricultural Development Board.

Seeing Agriculture from Two Different Perspectives
July 1, 2020
Seeing Agriculture from Two Different Perspectives

Hung Wei Yu was born in Taiwan, moved to America as a freshman in high school, and became a regional FFA officer before graduating from Seneca High School in Louisville, where he served as the FFA Chapter’s Vice President. Those are not bad accolades for someone who came to this country speaking very little English, with little knowledge of agriculture and even less about FFA.