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Outstanding in Their Field

Where are you from? I was born in Lexington, Ky, in 1967 – we moved to the farm in Madison County in 1981 and been here ever...
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Sixth Generation Farmer Continues Family Tradition

When Lincoln Clifford graduated from Harrison County High School six years ago, he was like many young adults with big dreams...
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Central Kentucky Ag Credit's Program for young, Beginning, and Small Farmers

It is surely no secret that getting started in the business of farming and agriculture can be difficult. Many obstacles stand...
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Ag Credit Donates Meat to Local Organizations

After the Boyle and Mercer Counties 4-H and FFA Investment in Youth Livestock Auctions, Ag Credit organized the donation of...
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Olive Hill Sporthorses: A Dream Decades in the Making

In a breathtaking display, the tree-lined lane through Olive Hill Sporthorses in Lexington, Ky., winds through perfectly...
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Outstanding in Their Field: Willie Wilson

Where are you from? I was born and raised in Woodford County between Versailles and Midway. Did you grow up on a farm? I did...
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7 Cooperative Principles

Open and Voluntary Membership Membership in a cooperative is open to all persons who can reasonably use its services and...
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For the Love of Horses: Punchestown Stables

When Sarah Meier climbed onto her first horse in 1985 at age 7, she began a slow trot toward her future in the equine...
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Agricultural Leadership: Shifting Economic Megatrends

How will economic megatrends press the paradigms of future leaders in the agribusiness sector? This thought-provoking...
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Clyde Jackson Remembered for Service to Ag Credit

Clyde Jackson, 90, passed away on March 9, 2019. He had served on the Central Kentucky Ag Credit Board of Directors from 1973...
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