Bringing Agriculture to Classrooms Across Kentucky

Bringing Agriculture to Classrooms Across Kentucky

As students return to school this Fall, Kentucky corn growers are supporting educational efforts in classrooms across the state. Since its inception, Kentucky Corn has supported the programming of Kentucky Agriculture & Environment in the Classroom (KAEC). KAEC...
Exploring Kentucky’s Corn Farms: A Day at “Farm Camp Class”

Exploring Kentucky’s Corn Farms: A Day at “Farm Camp Class”

Ten students from the University of Kentucky Agricultural Ecosystem Sciences (AES) studies program recently participated in an educational tour across Kentucky’s corn farms. Dr. Chad Lee, Extension Professor for Grain Crops at the University of Kentucky, organized the...
A Bustling Washington Takes on Issues Important to Farmers as Fall Arrives and Deadlines Loom

A Bustling Washington Takes on Issues Important to Farmers as Fall Arrives and Deadlines Loom

By Brooke S. Appleton  Fall is quickly arriving in the nation’s capital and with it comes the sense that Congress has much to accomplish in a very short period with potential roadblocks along the way. Perhaps the most serious potential impediment is a looming...
A Bustling Washington Takes on Issues Important to Farmers as Fall Arrives and Deadlines Loom

Members of Congress Head Home to Hear from Constituents During August Recess

By Brooke S. Appleton  I still remember arriving in Washington, D.C., as a young congressional intern and quickly figuring out my favorite and not so favorite aspects of the city. The hot, sticky summers here were one of my least favorite parts of Washington. But...
Congratulations to our 2023 KyCorn Scholarship Winners!

Congratulations to our 2023 KyCorn Scholarship Winners!

Riley Hudnall, of Bowling Green, was awarded the $2,000 Kentucky Corn Growers Jim Barton Memorial Scholarship. Riley is studying agricultural business at Murray State University, and her goal is to work with and educate other agriculturalists like herself. Miranda...