Across Kentucky – November 20, 2015

Kentucky grain growers can get the jump on the 2016 production season by attending one of three Early Bird Grain Grower meetings set for Nov 23, Nov 24, and Dec 7, in Graves, Union and Hardin Counties respectively. Graves County extension agent, Trent Murdock, says growers in his region have turned out in...

Ninety-Six high school students to attend KFB’s Institute for Future Agricultural Leaders

Louisville, KY (June 4, 2015) – Summer vacation may be only beginning for most students, but for 96 high school juniors the emphasis on education continues. These students, from 62 counties across the state, have accepted invitations to attend Kentucky Farm Bureau’s (KFB) 30th annual Institute for Future...

Across Kentucky – April 23, 2015

One of the most effective programs ever developed in Kentucky to get actual soil-saving conservation practices “on the ground;” the soil conservation cost share program has been re-funded for 2016. Hardin County farmer, Larry Thomas, serves on the Ky Ag Water Quality Authority which oversees the cost...

KFB Reports – February 2015

In this edition we recap KFB’s participation in the American Farm Bureau Federation’s 96th Annual Convention held in San Diego,...

Kentucky delegates help set national agricultural priorities at American Farm Bureau Federation annual convention

San Diego, CA (January 13, 2015) – Voting delegates from Kentucky and other Farm Bureaus around the country are weighing in on the nation’s top agricultural issues and identifying priority topics for 2015 as the American Farm Bureau Federation’s (AFBF) 96th annual convention comes to a close in San...

Kentucky delegation and state winners headed to San Diego for American Farm Bureau Federation annual convention

Louisville, KY (January 5, 2015) – Just a few weeks after concluding their own annual meeting, volunteer leaders from Kentucky Farm Bureau (KFB) are headed to the 96th annual convention of the American Farm Bureau Federation (AFBF), January 11-14 in San Diego, California. Approximately 315 KFB members are...

KFB Reports – January 2015

In this edition we travel to Louisville for the 95th Kentucky Farm Bureau Annual...

10 Reasons why YOU should participate in LEAD.

Being new to Hardin County I was asked to apply for the LEAD program, with a little hesitation and thinking that I had been in the professional world for ten years, I applied and was accepted. I can say as we enter graduation there should have never been any hesitation. The LEAD program has built my...

Richard Preston honored for Distinguished Service to Agriculture

Louisville, KY (December 5, 2014) – Hardin County farmer Richard Preston has been named winner of Kentucky Farm Bureau’s annual award for Distinguished Service to Agriculture. He was honored at the organization’s 95th annual meeting at the Galt House Hotel, receiving an engraved watch and a...

Across Kentucky – December 4, 2014

Getting a jump on 2015 grain crop preparation is the goal of three Early Bird Meetings hosted by UK in Henderson, Graves, and Hardin Counties early next week. Specialists will discuss lower grain prices, tighter profit margins, and drought and herbicide resistant weed problems among other topics, Dec...

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