Kentucky’s corn leaders recently toured the exhibit they voted to support at the Frazier Kentucky History Museum.
“The Spirit of Kentucky” provides an in-depth look at Bourbon whiskey and includes installations dedicated to Kentucky’s natural resources and the farmers and production methods necessary for producing Kentucky’s native spirit.
An estimated 100,000 visitors have viewed the exhibit in the past year.
“We were very impressed at the level of knowledge and appreciation that went into creating this exhibit,” remarked Ray Allan Mackey, Kentucky Corn Promotion Council chairman and farmer from Hardin County. “We know that our producers are dedicated to producing the highest quality corn in the most sustainable way, and Frazier does a great job sharing that with the public.”
To learn more about “The Spirit of Kentucky” at the Frazier, visit www.fraziermuseum.org/spiritofky.
The gallery below the KyCorn board receiving a tour of the exhibit and highlights of educational installations.