Kentucky Proud

Kentucky Proud Connection
Vol. 4 No. 7 • July 11, 2014

Commissioner Comer helps break grand for Seed to Sale

Seed to Sale teaches life lessons through ag

Agriculture Commissioner James Comer, Louisville officials, and local youth broke ground on a program designed to teach young people about nutrition and how to grow, cook, market, and sell their own food.


Listen to remarks from the July 2 event




Whitney Turner resets the roll bar on the rollover tractor simulator.

KDA staff visits Franklin Co. field day

Agriculture Commissioner James Comer and Kentuckky Department of Agriculture staff paid a visit to the Franklin County Farm-City Field Day July 10 on the Danny Willis farm near Frankfort. Look for pictures on the KDA's page on Facebook.



Tammy Horn

Sharing her love of bees

Kentucky State Apiarist Dr. Tammy Horn didn’t find out her true calling in life until she was in her 20s, when she moved back to her native Kentucky to help her grandfather.

Horn hopes EAS Conference is the first of many in Ky.




Road sign

Need a sign? Here's how to get one

The process of getting a highway sign for your agritourism destination can be confusing. To help you navigate these matters, we asked state signage program manager Steve Spradlin for the breakdown.





Kentucky Commonwealth Wine Competition

Wineries make history in Ky. competition

Wight-Meyer Vineyard and Winery of Shepherdsville became the first Kentucky winery to win the Commissioner’s Cup for the top Kentucky wine in more than one category at the 2014 Kentucky Commonwealth Commercial Wine Competition & Commissioner’s Cup.