About Us

OFFICERS

President   John Crenshaw
 Vice President   Tim Prather
  Secretary   Eric Sweazy
 Treasurer   Joe Bowling
 Farm Bureau Women's Chair   Karen Sweazy
 Young Farmer Chair   Tim & Jamie Prather

 

DIRECTORS

Kevin & Michelle Armstrong   Taylorsville
 Bland Baird   Taylorsville
Merial Barker   Taylorsville
 Joe & Cheryl Bowling   Taylorsville 
Alex & Elizabeth Bramer   Taylorsville
Kelly & Sheila Bramer   Taylorsville
Zack Cotton   Taylorsville
Daniel Dunaway    
Paul & June Jeffiers   Taylorsville
Nathan Lawson   Bloomfield 
Christi Marksbury   Fairfield
 Edwin & Lillie Shelburne   Bloomfield 
Anthony Travis
  Taylorsville 
 Scott Travis   Cox's Creek 
Doug Williams   Taylorsville
Betty Williams   Taylorsville 
Loretta Williams   Taylorsville
Scott & Angie Williams   Taylorsville
Mike Williams   Taylorsville
     

 

Area Program Director: Stacy Lowe
District #5

KFB Spotlight

Grand Champion Ham Brings Charitable Donation of $1 Million at KFB's 56th Annual Country Ham Breakfast
August 23, 2019
Grand Champion Ham Brings Charitable Donation of $1 Million at KFB's 56th Annual Country Ham Breakfast

This year’s 56th annual Kentucky Farm Bureau Country Ham Breakfast brought in an astounding bid of $1 million for charity. The Grand Champion Country Ham auction is a Kentucky Farm Bureau state fair tradition dating back to 1964.

President's Column: Come Visit the Kentucky State Fair
August 12, 2019
President's Column:  Come Visit the Kentucky State Fair

By the time Kentucky Farm Bureau was founded as an organization in 1919, the Kentucky State Fair was already celebrating its 17th birthday, officially. But the fair has roots that date back to 1816, making it one of the oldest fair celebrations in the country.

Stress on the Farm and in Rural America: Acknowledging its existence can be a good first step in combating this issue
June 25, 2019
Stress on the Farm and in Rural America: Acknowledging its existence can be a good first step in combating this issue

As much as farm families love what they do, there is a tremendous amount of stress that can come along with any farming operation, big or small; in good economic times or financial downturns.