Kentucky Proud

Kentucky Ag News
Vol. 5 No. 14  •  Oct. 15, 2012

Incredible Food Show adds fan-friendly features for fourth edition

If you love to eat, particularly locally produced Kentucky Proud food, circle Saturday, Oct. 27 on your calendar.

Kentucky Proud takes Centre stage

Kentucky Proud foods and drinks were served at the Governor's Reception Oct. 10 at the Norton Center in Danville prior to the vice presidential debate on Oct. 11. It's another in a long line of opportunities to get great Kentucky Proud products in front of a global audience.

Commissioner Comer: Visit a Kentucky Farm for your Family's Halloween Needs

With Halloween rapidly approaching, Agriculture Commissioner James Comer encourages Kentucky families to treat their little ghosts and goblins to a visit to an orchard or u-pick pumpkin farm.


Farm to school week spotlights efforts to get local foods into kentucky schools

Fresh, local Kentucky Proud foods in schools help students maintain healthy weights and strong bodies while enabling farmers to make a living, Agriculture Commissioner James Comer said in proclaiming Oct. 22-26 Farm to School Week in Kentucky.

KFB Outstanding Young Farmer finalists

Each year, Kentucky Farm Bureau (KFB) presents its "Outstanding Young Farm Family" award to recognize a couple under age 35 who has exhibited the strongest farm management skills, most consistent financial growth and highest level of involvement in both Farm Bureau and their community.

Kentucky farmers’ markets are growing and contributing to the local economy

Farmers' markets in Kentucky are growing more than just local produce across the Bluegrass. More than $10 million in sales will go back to farmers and in turn into the local economy this year.


2013 Certified Roadside Market enrollment

Each year, Kentucky Farm Bureau (KFB) presents its "Outstanding Young Farm Family" award to recognize a couple under age 35 who has exhibited the strongest farm management skills, most consistent financial growth and highest level of involvement in both Farm Bureau and their community.

Kentucky farmer conserves water and energy

Each year, Kentucky Farm Bureau (KFB) presents its "Outstanding Young Farm Family" award to recognize a couple under age 35 who has exhibited the strongest farm management skills, most consistent financial growth and highest level of involvement in both Farm Bureau and their community.