Kentucky Agricultural Development Board (KADB)

The Kentucky Agricultural Development Board was created by the 2000 General Assembly. The Board serves to distribute 50% of the state monies received from the Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement for the general purpose of agricultural development in the Commonwealth.
The Board will invest these funds in innovative proposals that increase net farm income and affect tobacco farmers, tobacco-impacted communities, and agriculture across the state by stimulating markets for Kentucky agricultural products, finding new ways to add value to Kentucky agricultural products, and exploring new opportunities for Kentucky farms.

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KADB Policies & Procedures, revised 1/18/2019  (11 KB)
Annual Reports
: Kentucky Agricultural Development Board (KADB)