• Learn more about K-VIP

    A new economic incentive to feed hungry kids with
    Kentucky-grown fruits and vegetables. #KyAg365.

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    on Facebook and Twitter. #KyAg365.

  • 2018 Poster and Essay Contest is underway

    Agriculture Commissioner Ryan Quarles calls on all Kentucky students
    to submit posters, essays, or digital images on the theme
    “Kentucky Agriculture: From Farm Gate to Dinner Plate.” Deadline is April 2. #KyAg365.

A message from the Commissioner

Welcome to the new Kentucky Department of Agriculture website! We have designed our site to be cleaner, easier to navigate, and responsive for mobile devices. Here, you can find details about KDA programs, news releases about the KDA’s work in the Commonwealth, forms, links, and much more. Still can’t find what you’re looking for? Contact us directly and let us know how we can help you.
Ryan Quarles

Quarles: Make It a Kentucky Proud Wedding

Agriculture Commissioner Ryan Quarles has launched a campaign to encourage couples to make Kentucky Proud a central part of their wedding plans.

Quarles Unveils K-VIP

At the Kentucky Fruit and Vegetable Conference in January, Agriculture Commissioner Ryan Quarles announced the launch of the Kentucky-grown Fruit and Vegetable Incentive Program (K-VIP).