About Us - Kentucky Farm Bureau

About Us

OFFICERS

President   Dwight Greenwell
 Vice President   Jamie Prather
  Secretary   Eric Sweazy
Treasurer   Douglas Williams
 Farm Bureau Women's Chair   Sheila Bramer
 Young Farmer Chair   John Martin Humes

DIRECTORS

Nick Barnett   Taylorsville
Joseph Bowling   Taylorsville
Elizabeth Bramer   Taylorsville
Joseph Bramer   Taylorsville
Kelly Bramer   Taylorsville
Sheila Bramer   Taylorsville 
William Bramer   Taylorsville
John Crenshaw   Fisherville
Daniel Dunaway   Taylorsville
Dwight Greenwell   Taylorsville
Shane Greenwell   Taylorsville
Martin Humes   Taylorsville
Jamie Prather   Taylorsville
Timothy Prather   Taylorsville
Karen Sweazy   Bloomfield
James Allen Tipton   Taylorsville
Anthony Travis
  Taylorsville 
 Scott Travis   Cox's Creek 
Doug Williams   Taylorsville 
Mike Williams   Taylorsville
Scott Williams   Taylorsville

 

 

KFB Spotlight

American Farm Bureau Establishes 2023 Policies
January 13, 2023
American Farm Bureau Establishes 2023 Policies

Farmer and rancher delegates to the American Farm Bureau Federation’s 104th Convention today adopted policies to guide the organization’s work in 2023. Key topics ranged from expanding risk management programs and improving dairy pricing transparency to battling hunger.

Kentucky Farm Bureau Honored for Excellence by the American Farm Bureau Federation
January 9, 2023
Kentucky Farm Bureau Honored for Excellence by the American Farm Bureau Federation

The American Farm Bureau Federation presented awards to state Farm Bureaus at the organization’s 104th Convention. The awards recognize excellence in implementation of outstanding member programs and membership achievement in 2022.

Candid Conversation: Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources Commissioner Rich Storm
January 4, 2023
Candid Conversation: Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources Commissioner Rich Storm

Candid Conversation presents a discussion about the topical issues related to KFB priorities, the agricultural industry, and rural communities. In this column, Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources Commissioner Rich Storm discusses the mission of the department and how it can be of assistance to more than just those who like to hunt and fish.