Agriculture Education & Literacy
The Kentucky Corn Growers supports several programs aimed at growing agriculture literacy and improving agriculture education.
Classroom resources & School Programs
Several corn education resources are available for classrooms and events.
Growing the next generation of farmers and agribusiness professionals is paramount for the future of agriculture. KyCorn invests in several FFA and 4-H programs.
Latest News in Agriculture Education
This month’s update includes the October crop production report, WASDE update, USDA Production Forecast, Storage Implications and Basis, Futures Trading Ranges to July 2019, Risk Management Opportunities for February Delivery, and more.
To call Devine’s Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch a corn maze and pumpkin patch is an understatement. The wealth of farm activities available at the Devine farm in Mercer County exceeds its modest name. Voted the number five corn maze in the country by USA Today, Devin’s offers hours of outdoor fun during September and October. The season culminates with a haunted maze and a haunted barn on Halloween weekend.
The KyCorn Board of Directors is proud to announce their 2018 scholarship recipients. This is the seventh year KyCorn has provided scholarships for students in an agricultural field of study.
Wilbur Perez and Christopher Shadwick were awarded $500 scholarships from KyCorn through an endowment at Owensboro Community and Technical College.
The Kentucky Corn Growers is proud to announce the availability of four scholarships to students pursuing degrees in agriculture or a related field from an accredited college, university, or trade school for the 2018/2019 school year
The Kentucky State Fair is a great place to connect with the agriculture community and consumers while sharing how corn impacts our lives and Kentucky's economy.
The KyCorn Board of Directors are proud to announce their 2017-2018 scholarship recipients: Jonah Brannon, Tyler Kummer, and Alexander Mann.
yCorn Secretary Richard Preston was the featured speaker at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College's Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) learning series last night, where he spoke on technology and change in farming.