"Serving Kentucky Agriculture"

 

      

 

       








Welcome to the AgriBusiness Association of Kentucky!

The Agribusiness Association of Kentucky (ABAK) is an organization established to provide a strong voice in support of Kentucky agriculture. Its members are in the business of supplying inputs for agriculture production throughout the state. ABAK members are primarily engaged in the sale and manufacture of fertilizer, agricultural chemicals, seeds, feed and equipment, as well as the provision of related services, required to sustain and grow Kentucky's agricultural economy.

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2014 ABAK Scholarship Program

The 2014 ABAK Scholarship Application is now available for interested students.  Click on the application on the left to download the ABAK Scholarship.  The ABAK Scholarship Program has been expanded this year and now includes the Kentucky Feed and Grain Association’s Buena S. Bond Memorial Scholarships With the addition of these two scholarships, ABAK will now offer a total of four (4) $1,000 scholarships to students pursuing a degree in agriculture or an agriculture-related field.  The application deadline is April 1, 2014

 

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Thanks to our 2013 Premier Sponsors!
(as of November 1, 2013)
 
Harvester Level:
Agri-Chem, LLC
Agrium
Bickett Agri Center
Charah, Inc.
H&R Agri-Power
Security Seed
Syngenta
Warner Fertilizer Co.

Cultivator Level:
Caudill Seed/Kentucky Fertilizer Co.
Dow Agrosciences
Monsanto

Planter Level:
Helena Chemical Co.
Phil Brown Insurance Agency

Ground Breaker Level:
Agri Gro Farm Center
 
 
Please click on the logos to visit the
websites of our Harvester and Cultivator Level Premier Sponsors!

 

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ABAK NEWS

 

The  latest edition of the ABAK News features articles about the activities during the recent ABAK/KyFGA Annual Meeting in Louisville, the AgriBusiness Tour with Commissioner Comer (sponsored by ABAK & KyFGA) and an interview with the new Senate Agriculture Committee Chairman. There are also stories on the Kentuckiana Crop Production Seminar we hosted in French Lick, surviving health care reform, a government affairs report, the CCA Corner, and much more. A special thanks to our many advertisers for their continued support.

 

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