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OFFICERS    
President   Mike Cocanougher
Vice President   Rebecca Shryock
Secretary   Patty Perry
Treasurer   Mike Duckworth
County Ag Agent   Adam Probst
Farm Bureau Women's Chair   Melissa Tomblin
Farm Bureau Women's Co-Chair   Sara Lippert
Young Farmer Chair   Paul Allen
DIRECTORS    
Chris Allen   Lexington
Bill Barrows   Versailles
Bob Mac Cleveland   Versailles
 Curtis Congleton   Versailles
Jeremy Dotson   Versailles
Barry Drury   Versailles
Billy Gaines   Versailles
Edward Greathouse   Stamping Ground
Jeff Greenwell   Versailles
Jason Huber   Versailles
Jesse Lane   Versailles
Bobby Lippert   Versailles
Lynn Martin   Midway
Bruce Metzger   Versailles
Donald Mitchell   Midway
Beau Neal   Versailles
Graddy Prewitt   Versailles
Ken Reed   Versailles
Bryan Richardson   Versailles
Rusty Thompson   Versailles
Darrell Varner   Midway
Rick Wallin   Midway
Gary Wilson   Versailles
     
DIRECTOR EMERITUS    
Harold Carmickle   Versailles

 

 

Area Program Director: Mark Lyle
District #5

KFB Spotlight

May 17, 2019 - Statement From Kentucky Farm Bureau President Mark Haney on Trade and Tariffs
May 17, 2019
May 17, 2019 - Statement From Kentucky Farm Bureau President Mark Haney on Trade and Tariffs

In addition to being resourceful, hard-working and persistent, our nation’s farmers have been very patient. We have endured continued drops in net farm income, a host of natural disasters, and some of the most volatile commodity markets experienced in decades. 

Down the Backroads: Teachers Make Such a Difference in Our Lives
May 9, 2019
Down the Backroads: Teachers Make Such a Difference in Our Lives

I’m not sure if this is an age thing or not, but it seems to me that the older I get the more I reflect on the past, taking in all the moments and memories that have guided me to where I am today as a person, a husband, a father, a soon-to-be grandfather, and a communicator.

Forestry Industry Provides Value-Added Opportunities
May 9, 2019
Forestry Industry Provides Value-Added Opportunities

When thinking of Kentucky agriculture, many crops could come to mind including corn, soybeans, wheat, and tobacco, to name a few.  But timber may not often be thought of as a crop.