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OFFICERS

President   Larry Williams
Vice President   Matt Gajdzik
Secretary   Julie Hammond
Treasurer   Ray Tucker
Farm Bureau Women's Chair   Debbie Rothenburger
Young Farmer Chair   Joshua Martin

 

DIRECTORS

Wayne Ashby   Shelbyville 
Cody Bain   Nicholasville
Josh & Melissa Ballard   Shelbyville
John Bradshaw   Waddy
Shane & Mary Courtney   Bagdad
George Goetzinger   Bagdad
Guy Grubbs   Waddy
Julie Hammond   Shelbyville
William Hardesty   Shelbyville
Bob Hornback   Shelbyville 
Paul Hornback   Shelbyville 
Charles Huffman   Shelbyville 
Malia Hurst    Shelbyville
James Insco   Shelbyville
Phyllis Koch   Eminence
Doug Langley   Shelbyville 
Joe Lipps   Waddy
Eddie Mathis   Shelbyville 
Mark McCall   Simpsonville
Bill Moffett   Shelbyville 
Allen Phillips   Shelbyville
Daniel Rutledge   Shelbyville 
Dru Terhune   Shelbyville
Ben Thomas, Jr.   Shelbyville
Katherine Tingle   Shelbyville
Larry Joe Tingle   Shelbyville
Jack & Gwen Trumbo   Shelbyville
Lane Trumbo   Finchville
Ray Tucker   Shelbyville 
Gil Tucker   Shelbyville
James Tucker   Shelbyville
Jeremy Tucker   Shelbyville
Ray Tucker   Shelbyville
David Wheeler   Shelbyville
Darren Wills   Waddy
John Wills   Shelbyville
Gene Witt   Shelbyville

KFB Spotlight

Legislative Report No. 5 - February 24, 2017 - 2017 Kentucky General Assembly
February 24, 2017
Legislative Report No. 5 - February 24, 2017 - 2017 Kentucky General Assembly
Kentucky Farm Bureau policy development process continues, nearly 300 members head to nation's capital
February 20, 2017
Kentucky Farm Bureau policy development process continues, nearly 300 members head to nation's capital

Kentucky Farm Bureau’s (KFB) volunteer leaders continue the organization’s grassroots policy development process this month as they head to Washington, D.C., with their list of 2017 national priority issues and a willingness to serve as “The Voice of Kentucky Agriculture.” 

Joining forces for young farmers and rural communities
February 8, 2017
Joining forces for young farmers and rural communities

As a generation of farmers gradually transfers farm management and responsibilities to the next, it’s important the handoffs are smooth and successful.