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OFFICERS    
President   Rebecca Shryock
Vice President   Jeremy Dotson
Secretary   Patty Perry
Treasurer   Mike Cocanougher
Farm Bureau Women's Chair   Melissa Tomblin
Young Farmer Chair   Paul Allen
DIRECTORS    
Chris Allen   Versailles
Paul Allen   Versailles
Austin Baker   Versailles
Kerry Barling   Frankfort
Bill Barrows   Versailles
Bob Mac Cleveland   Versailles
Mike Cocanougher   Versailles
 Curtis Congleton   Versailles
Jeremy Dotson   Versailles
Byron Drury   Versailles
Billy Gaines   Versailles
Jeff Greenwell   Frankfort
Jesse Lane   Versailles
Edwin Lippert   Versailles
David Martin   Midway
Donald Mitchell   Midway
Beau Neal   Versailles
Alfred Nuckols   Midway
James Perry   Versailles
Patty Perry   Versailles
Lillian Portwood   Versailles
Ken Reed   Versailles
Bryan Richardson   Versailles
Jeremy Shryock   Versailles
Rebecca Shryock   Versailles
Rusty Thompson   Versailles
Travis Thompson   Versailles
Melissa Tomblin   Versailles
Darrell Varner   Midway
Rick Wallin   Midway
Gary Wilson   Versailles
Michael Woods   Versailles

KFB Spotlight

Pollinators Make a Beeline for Roadside Wildflower Plots
June 29, 2022
Pollinators Make a Beeline for Roadside Wildflower Plots

While traveling Kentucky’s interstates this summer, keep your eyes peeled for bright bursts of native blooms along the way. Plots of Kentucky wildflowers like milkweed, coneflower, and goldenrod create a sea of color all season long… and for a good purpose.

The Critical Relationship Between Bees and Agriculture
June 28, 2022
The Critical Relationship Between Bees and Agriculture

What do watermelon, canola, soybeans, and pumpkins have in common? They’re all Kentucky-grown crops that would not exist without bees.

President's Column | Enhancing Life in the Commonwealth
June 28, 2022
President's Column | Enhancing Life in the Commonwealth

In all the years I have been associated with Kentucky Farm Bureau, I must admit the last few have been perhaps the most challenging. We were not only hit with a global pandemic, but also one of the most devastating storm events in our state’s history.