Master Farm Homemakers Guild LogoThe Kentucky Master Farm Homemaker program is sponsored jointly by the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment Cooperative Extension Service and the Kentucky Extension Homemakers Association, Inc.  The Kentucky Guild follows the format and guidelines of the national organization, and is composed of a select group of outstanding farm women from across the Commonwealth of Kentucky. 


2016 Summer Meeting

 Thirty members of the Kentucky Master Farm Homemakers Guild attended the summer meeting hosted by Wanda and Wayne Hawkins at Carlile Acres Farm in Shelby County, August 2016.
Thirty members of the Kentucky Master Farm Homemakers Guild attended the summer meeting hosted by Wanda and Wayne Hawkins at Carlile Acres Farm in Shelby County, August 2016.


Nominations Sought for Kentucky Master Farm Homemakers Guild

The Kentucky Master Farm Homemaker Guild accepts nominations statewide each fall.  The link below provides details about the qualifications and selection process.  Nominee information sheets are due by November 15.

New Member Selection Process

To apply for membership, nominees must first complete and submit the County Information Sheet as described in the selection process details. 
 
 
District nominees will be asked to complete the state work sheet to submit along with the county information sheet for the state judging and selection process