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Marion County farmer Joe Paul Mattingly was re-elected to Kentucky Farm Bureau’s Board of Directors during the organization’s 92nd annual meeting. Mattingly, who operates a dairy farm near Raywick, represents KFB’s Fifth District comprised of Marion, Washington, Anderson, Nelson, Mercer, Bullitt, Fayette, Shelby, Jefferson, Spencer and Woodford counties.
Mattingly will be serving his second term as a director. He is Vice-Chairman of KFB’s Dairy Advisory Committee and chairman of the Emerging Agricultural Enterprises Committee. He has been an active member of Marion County Farm Bureau for 30 years, including several stints as president. He also represents KFB on the Kentucky Milk Handlers Advisory Board and is a member of the Cattlemen’s Association.
Mattingly farms 525 acres with a dairy operation, forage, soybeans and beef cattle. He is a 1975 graduate of the University of Kentucky with a Degree in Agricultural Economics and Education. He and his wife, LuAnn, have four children and are active members of St. Charles Catholic Church.