Tammy Horn, Kentucky's new state apiarist, spoke to host Ray Bowman about the state of the beekeeping industry on a recent episode of "The Food and Farm File." (audio) Author, beekeeper is new Kentucky state apiarist
Kentucky farmers took in a record $6 billion in cash receipts in 2013, and yet many of you are finding that it's still a challenge to make ends meet. How is that possible? The 2012 U.S. Census of Agriculture has some answers.
As if powered by the Kentucky Proud milk it stands for, Udderly Kentucky has been in a serious growth spurt since its launch 11 months ago.
Maury Cox, executive sirector of the Kentucky Dairy Development Council, talked about June Dairy Month and how dairy farmers are doing in the state on a recent edition of the "Across Kentucky" podcast. (audio)
Barbara Napier is an artist, and for years Snug Hollow Farm in rural Estill County has been her canvas and her passion.
Agriculture Commissioner James Comer welcomed 12 interns to the Kentucky Department of Agriculture on May 29.