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OFFICERS

President   Matt Gajdzik
Vice President   Julie Hammond
Secretary   Ray Tucker
Treasurer   Darren Wills
Farm Bureau Women's Chair   Debbie Rothenburger
Young Farmer Chair   Nate Buckler

 

DIRECTORS

Wayne Ashby   Shelbyville 
Cody Bain   Nicholasville
Josh & Melissa Ballard   Shelbyville
John Bradshaw   Waddy
David Case   Pleasureville
Paul Case   Pleasureville
Shane & Mary Courtney   Bagdad
Amanda Gajdzik   Shelbyville
George Goetzinger   Bagdad
Guy Grubbs   Waddy
Zachary Hammond   Shelbyville
William Hardesty   Shelbyville
Paul Hornback   Shelbyville 
Charles Huffman   Shelbyville 
Malia Hurst    Shelbyville
James & Suzanne Insco   Shelbyville
Phyllis Koch   Eminence
James & Leslie Lafferty   Shelbyville
Doug Langley   Shelbyville 
Tiffany Martin   Taylorsville
Eddie Mathis   Shelbyville 
Mark McCall   Simpsonville
Bill Moffett   Shelbyville 
Rocky Oliver   Shelbyville
Allen Phillips   Shelbyville
Nathan Poole   Shelbyville
Walt Reichert   Simpsonville
Fred Rothenburger   Shelbyville
Daniel Rutledge   Shelbyville 
Dru Terhune   Shelbyville
Katherine Tingle   Shelbyville
Larry Joe Tingle   Shelbyville
Gwen Trumbo   Shelbyville
Ray Tucker   Shelbyville 
Gil Tucker   Shelbyville
James Tucker   Shelbyville
Jeremy Tucker   Shelbyville
Darren Wills   Waddy
John Wills   Shelbyville
Gene Witt   Shelbyville

KFB Spotlight

North American International Livestock Exposition Approved to Hold 2020 Show
September 21, 2020
North American International Livestock Exposition Approved to Hold 2020 Show

The North American International Livestock Exposition (NAILE) was approved through the Kentucky Healthy at Work initiative to host a modified show this year. NAILE is the largest all-breed, purebred livestock exposition in the world and runs Nov. 3-19, 2020 at the Kentucky Exposition Center. 

President's Column: Exercise Your Right to Vote
September 14, 2020
President's Column: Exercise Your Right to Vote

Unless you haven’t been watching television or listening to the radio for the past several months, you have undoubtedly seen or heard the many political ads that are currently filling the airwaves, not to mention all the print ads in newspapers and magazines, and the many social media posts related to the upcoming election.

Comment Column: The Family Farm, A Classroom Like No Other
September 14, 2020
Comment Column: The Family Farm, A Classroom Like No Other

I’m blessed to have grown up on our family farm in Clark County. It taught me the benefits of hard work as I learned through hands-on activities that took place every day. I discovered how to grow crops, care for animals, and to be a good steward of the land. It was a classroom like no other and my parents set an example that I carry with me daily.