Release date: 10/29/2013
Lucas Stevens, a lifelong resident of Anderson County, has been named to the staff of Central Kentucky Ag Credit’s Danville Office. Lucas will be a Loan Officer, with primary duties in the Anderson County region.
Lucas brings to his work a broad background in agriculture, having grown up in an extended family environment where farming remains the primary enterprise.
While Lucas will remain a resident of Anderson County on his small farm, he also works with his father and uncles on the larger farming operation.
The Steven’s family farm consists of over 2,500 acres, located in Anderson and three adjoining counties. The family owns about half the land, and leases the other half. Burley tobacco remains the primary cash crop on the Steven’s family farm, with the current crop estimated at 120 acres. Corn and beans comprise about 500 acres, with hay and pasture accounting for other land use. The current cow/calf operation on the Steven’s family farm consists of over 200 head of stock.
Lucas graduated from Anderson County High School, then earned his B.S. Degree in Agricultural Sciences from Murray State University. He was awarded several scholarships during his early education, and he is a member of the Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity.
Lucas Stevens is the son of Brent and Sherry Stevens, also residents of Anderson County.
Lucas has been a long-time active member of the Anderson County Farm Bureau, and is a past member of the Anderson County Cattlemen’s Association. He is also a member of the Van Buren Church of Christ.
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