WELCOME

About this Resource

 
 

Your Guide to Agriculture in Kentucky

 

Kentucky Food and Farm Files is a collaborative effort of Kentucky's farming community to grow knowledge about the impact agriculture has on the lives of our citizens. This educational web site provides food and farm facts, farmer stories, agriculture career profiles, and hot topics surrounding Kentucky agriculture. We will be adding new information regularly; KyFoodandFarm.com is THE source for students and teachers to learn about agriculture across the commonwealth.

 

 
 
 
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GROW AGRICULTURAL LITERACY

Interested in more resources to help teach students about Kentucky agriculture? Join our #teachkyag mailing list.

 
 
 
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ABOUT OUR SUPPORTERS

 

This site was developed and is administered by Kentucky Agriculture & Environment in the Classroom and is supported by the Kentucky Agricultural Development Fund, the Kentucky Department of Agriculture, and our many agricultural organizations and agribusinesses:

 
 

Agribusiness Association of Kentucky

Commonwealth Agri-Energy

Farm Credit Mid-America

Kentucky Pork Producers Association

Kentucky Soybean Board

Kentucky Small Grain Growers Association

Kentucky Beef Council

Kentucky Cattlemen's Association

Kentucky Poultry Federation

Kentucky Farm Bureau

Kentucky Horse Council

Kentucky Veterinary Medical Association

Kentucky Livestock Coalition

The Dairy Alliance

Kentucky Dairy Development Council

Kentucky Association of Conservation Districts

 
 
 

We represent a diverse farming community and recognize that ALL farmers, regardless of their chosen farming methods, are working to produce the safest, most environmentally responsible and economically sustainable food they can. We realize that there are many strong opinions about how food should be produced. Since our number one goal is education, we will focus on facts and information approved by our partners. Page sponsors and sources will be listed throughout. Farmers featured on our site will be able to express their opinions about why they produce food the way they choose. Other editorials will be found on our blog and tagged as such. 

If you would like to contribute to the information found on this site, please contact us at info@teachkyag.org.