Profile of Brandon Simpson

Brandon Simpson, age 31, from Kentwood, Louisiana, is now a Kentuckian with a funny accent. He bleeds blue, not Wildcat Blue… KFB Blue! Brandon relocated to Kentucky looking for a fresh start. He started as an agent with Louisiana Farm Bureau, but as a new agent, was put out of business by Hurricane Katrina. After […]

2014 KFBIAA Golf Roundup Recap

By: Wayne Grannis The members of the Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance Agents Association, Home Office employees, field staff, sponsors, and guests enjoyed a beautiful day of golf Thursday, September 18, at the Picadome golf course in Lexington, KY. A total of 16 teams participated in the shotgun start, scramble format golf outing. The winning team […]

FYI: Industry News

Here are a few articles you may find interesting: Seems like Virginia may have  similar farm issues, but looking at their financials puts KFB’s size in perspective. – Read more here Farm Bureau is big in Detroit? And they really like the Pistons… – Read more here Obamacare NEEDS agents. – Read more here Bad […]

I Lived the American Dream

  By Rob Newman        

Congratulations to One of Our Own

One of our own Association Members has been in the news recently, and we couldn’t be prouder. Bob Webster, KFB agent in the Independence — Kenton County office, does more than write policies for his clients. In fact, he’s just written and published a book on some local history, The Beverly Hills Supper Club Fire. The Untold […]

Introducing the KFBIAA Members Only Area

Welcome to the site exclusively for Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance Agents Association members.  This area will only be accessible through a login provided to current members.