KYF2 is two great award-winning shows in one: Kentucky Farms, Kentucky Flavor!

KYF2-Logo-1024x512In Kentucky Farms, Joanna will introduce you to Kentucky farmers, up close and personal, to show you what a day on the farm is like. What drives these individuals to do what they do? Perhaps farming is a lifestyle you’d like to consider?

In Kentucky Flavor, Brittany is here to help you learn how to use these foods in your everyday menus at home. Learn how to prepare delicious dishes for your family, incorporating these healthy (and tasty) specialty crops.

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unnamedJoanna Coles (Extension Agent for Agriculture) and Brittany Young (Family and Consumer Science Agent) serve Warren County through the UK Cooperative Extension Service.

Joanna’s parents were full-time farmers, and she started working alongside them on the farm when she was five years old. With a BS and Master’s Degree in Agriculture, she now operates Wiggleton Creek Farms with her husband as they continue the farming tradition with their own children. “I love rural lifestyle, growing food, the people involved in agriculture, and I’m privileged to get to be a part of it every day at home and at work. My favorite quote is, ‘It’s a beautiful thing when a career and passion come together,’ and that’s the way I feel each day getting the opportunity to teach people about agriculture!”

Brittany holds a BA in Family and Consumer Science and a Master’s Degree in Family Studies and Leadership Dynamics. She loves creating new recipes that utilize fresh and local produce, as well as making homemade baby food. An expert in consumer economics, nutrition and food safety, and family development, her hobbies include cooking, painting, traveling, and spending quality time with husband and child.

Produced by Brandon Miles at Miles Media Solutions.

Brought to you by the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment along with the Warren County Agriculture Foundation and Kentucky Proud.