The Kentucky Poultry Federation was organized in 1957 as a civic and educational non-profit corporation. The federation exists for the purpose
of fostering, promoting and encouraging the improvement of production and marketing of all types of poultry, poultry products, eggs and egg
products in Kentucky. The Kentucky Egg Council coordinates all promotional activities of eggs and egg products. The Federation acts as the industry
liaison with the University of Kentucky, the Kentucky Department of Agriculture, the Kentucky State Legislature, the American Egg Board, the
National Chicken Council, and the U.S. Poultry & Egg Association.
UEP Biosecurity Disease Prvention
Kentucky Poultry Feeding the World
Chickens' First Day on the Farm
Poultry 2014 Turner Family
KADF TV Commercial – Poultry #1 with the Evans/Butler family
KADF TV Commercial – Poultry #2 with the Evans/Butler family
Grants and Programs
Funds are now available, the REAP New Rule and NOSA were published today in the Federal Register.
The following are links to the documents:
Kentucky’s poultry industry has a large investment in facilities statewide. Currently in Kentucky there are: 5 broiler hatcheries, 2 primary breeder hatcheries, feed mills, 4 processing plants, layer complexes, and a protein conversion plant. Kentucky also has poultry production from plants located in Tennessee and Indiana.
Mark Your Calendar
REAP - Renewable Energy for America Grants
Deadline: March 31, 2018
Funding Amount: $1,500 to $500,000 (25% of the total project cost)