AgriBusiness Association of Kentucky, serving agriculture since 1962

 

The AgriBusiness Association of Kentucky is the premier organization representing agriculture businesses in the Commonwealth. ABAK has been on the forefront of reducing overly burdensome government regulations that would harm Kentucky agribusinesses. The Association represents members on issues affecting the industry at the state, local and federal level, plowing the way for Kentucky agriculture. ABAK strives to safeguard members that they may reach their maximum potential without the impediment of unnecesary laws or regulations. 

 

 
 
 

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ABAK Talks Ag Issues in Washington, D.C.

The AgriBusiness Association of Kentucky recently participated in a national legislative fly-in day to promote issues affecting agriculture retailers across America. Hinton Mills Vice President, Adam Hinton of Flemingsburg, and ABAK staff member, Kyle Kelly, represented Kentucky. Altogether there were five national groups and six state associations represented on Capitol Hill.

Register Today: ABAK Summer Outing August 28-29

Trap shoot, golf scramble & Networking

This year’s outing will be at Lake Barkley State Resort in Cadiz, Kentucky, which host a variety of networking events throughout the two-day outing, August 28-29. A board of directors meeting will begin on Monday, August 28 at 12:00 pm CST at the resort in the Sunrise Room. 

 
 
 
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Become a Certified Crop Adviser

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Being certified adds credibility and shows that you are serious about what you do. When you become certified, you join more than 13,000 of your peers in the largest, most recognized agriculturally oriented certification program in North America. This program’s professional standards are widely respected by industry, academia, and government and are referenced in statutes.

 
 

ABAK helps me stay up-to-date on current issues in Kentucky agriculture. It is also the best opportunity I have to network with other industry professionals, and ABAK’s government affairs are critical to our present and future success.
— Willie Hawkins, Syngenta