Annual Report 2011
College of Agriculture
Funding the Future
In late 2004, the Tobacco Transition Payment Program, also known as the tobacco buyout, forever changed Kentucky agriculture. The University of Kentucky College of Agriculture had a large tobacco quota due to its research farms. Dean Scott Smith saw the buyout as an opportunity for more students to afford an education.
He suggested the College take the nearly $900,000 lump sum payment it received and put it in an endowment. Donors who gave a gift of at least $10,000 for the creation of a new scholarship endowment received a $5,000 match from the tobacco settlement dollars.
For longtime College donor Eleanor Botts ’57, the matching funds were extra incentive to give. In fact, she gave twice.
“I believe in education, and I believe in helping those who need a little boost up,” she said. “That’s how I got my start.”
Another bonus for donors was the ability to pay off their scholarship pledge over five years. For Tom Cravens, ’83,’86, and the rest of the Quicksand Area Chapter of the Ag and HES Alumni Association, this was an opportunity they couldn’t let pass. In fact, they were one of the first of the 14 area alumni association chapters to finish their $10,000 pledge.
“We’ve always given a scholarship, but each year we’d have to conduct a fundraiser among alumni association members to get the funds needed for the scholarship,” said Cravens, the association’s president. “With donations from Hazard/Perry County Kiwanis Club, Hazard Rotary Club, Hazard Lions Club, and the Perry County Conservation District, we were able to reach our goal quickly. Now our annual fundraiser will just add to our endowment.”
Many donors like Botts and the Quicksand Area Alumni Association responded to the incentive and contributed nearly $1.8 million. This, combined with the tobacco settlement funds, increased the College’s endowment by nearly $2.7 million and created 97 scholarships.
Since donors had five years to pay off their pledge, the first scholarships were awarded to those in the 2011 incoming freshman class.
Victoria Bailey, a Merchandising, Apparel, and Textiles major from Smilax in Leslie County, was one of the first scholarship recipients. She received the Quicksand area alumni association scholarship.
“The scholarship means a lot to me, because my mom’s helping me pay my tuition,” she said. “This scholarship helps me contribute to my education and not put all of the financial burden on her.”
Bailey is already the secretary of the MAT Club and hopes to one day be a fashion buyer for a department store or an owner of a clothing boutique.
The Gift of Grain
What others saw when Sam Hancock’s trucks arrived at the grain elevator were two loads of corn ready to be sold. What Hancock, ’97, ’99, saw was an endowment for student scholarships and support for an agricultural leadership program. He also saw a sizable tax write-off for his gift of grain to the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture.
Gifting grain can be an easy way to contribute to the University. Any commodity in any quantity can be donated to the UK program of your choice. In Hancock’s case, he contributed two truckloads of corn to be divided between the Purchase Area Ag and HES Alumni Association Chapter Scholarship and the Kentucky Agricultural Leadership Program.
College Development Director Marci Hicks said she and her staff are there to help individuals wishing to contribute grain or livestock.
“It’s an asset that you can turn into cash for the University,” she said. “The producer can donate any percentage of the truckload. We’ll accept livestock too. A producer could tell the stockyard to put three or four animals in the name of the University of Kentucky prior to selling their animals.”
Hancock learned of the idea from attending UK Cooperative Extension Tax School taught by Craig Infanger, Agricultural Economics professor. Being able to take a full tax write-off by gifting a commodity, he said, made more sense than just writing a check.
“If you (as a farmer) write a check to the University, it goes on your (income tax) Schedule A, you’re still paying self-employment tax on it, and you only get the benefit if you itemize,” Hancock said. “This way, it’s an above-the-line deduction; it was money you never made, so there’s no tax on it.”
Recently the Kentucky Small Grain Growers’ Association established a research endowment fund with the College to support continued small grain research.
“Our leadership has been extremely pleased with the quality of research conducted at UK, and growers have benefited greatly from the results,” Don Halcomb said in a statement on the association’s website. Halcomb is chairman of the Kentucky Small Grain Promotion Council.
KySGGA will match the sum of donations up to $50,000. Those donations could be either cash or an above-the-line donation of grain.
Hancock’s gift was the first of its kind to the College, but Hicks and her staff have contacted elevators to inform them of what she hopes will turn into a trend.
“With the challenge from the Kentucky Small Grain Growers’ Association to match their $50,000 commitment toward small grain research, we hope to receive more gifts of commodities,” Hicks said.
“I think it’s a great way to give back to the university that gives us so much,” Hancock said.
For information about how to contribute a gift of grain or livestock to the College of Agriculture, contact Hicks at 859-257-7200.
SCOVELL & ERIKSON SOCIETY
Introducing our new members:
Rodney Andrews (’99) and Czarena Crofcheck (’97, ’01)
Terry (’79) and Donna (’79) Ashby
Lisa K. Barclay Ernest (in Memoriam) and Nadine Barker
Sandra S. (’79, ’87, ’95) and Ronnie (’79) Bastin
Robert L. Beck
B. J. Jr. (’65) and Elsa J. Brown
Dennis L. Cannon ’93, ’05
Lisa Phelps Collins ’99, ’08
Debra B. (’76, ’02) and Charles (’76) Cotterill
Douglas A. (’88, ’92) and Elizabeth A. (’94) Coyle
Larry A. Dame ’76
Wade A. (’90) and Sue-Elise Flowers
Donna Little Griggs ’81, ’82
Arthur Francis Jr., (’96) and Karri Anne (’96) Hathaway
Jason J. E. Headrick (’02)
Jimmy Carroll (’86) and Faye Fleming Henning
Russell S. (’86) and Rebecca S. Hubble
Casey A. (’93, ’95) and Kara (’94, ’96) Jetton
Sue M. Jetton
Chris (’90) and Jill (’90) Kummer
Dennis O. (’65) and Virginia L. Liptrap
Edith M. Lovett ’71
John T. (’58) and Maxeen Marks
Deborah Adkins (’12) and Lowell Dean Murray
Dennis (’81) and Lisa Parrett
Darrell Wayne Powell ’83
Keelan Wayne (’71, ’74) and Diana Moore (’72, ’74) Pulliam
John B. (’85) and Rebecca (’85) Reynolds
Daniel M. Rosenberg
Mary L. Sandford ’69, ’74
Pamela Bush Scallan ’68
Helen Anderson Shaw ’58
Kristin Sherman ’77, ’78
Mark S. Smith (’86) and Tammy Thomason-Smith
Jack H. Snyder ’57, ’66
Patricia M. and John Sobrero
Carroll B. (’51) and Doris A. (’52, ’58, ’69) Tichenor
Russell Tucker ’74
Derek G. (’86) and Amy Miller (’89) VanMeter
R. Douglas (’63, ’64, ’67) and Sandra (’64) Wood
David Scott Yocum ’86
This is not a complete listing of all new Scovell & Erikson Society members, as several have requested to remain anonymous.
Donors of $500 or more, College of Agriculture and The Arboretum
Action Pest Control Inc.
Glenn L. Adams ’56
Advanced Comfort Technology Inc.
Advanced Microbial Solutions LLC
AGR 1960s Reunion Group
AgResearch (USA) Limited
AgriBusiness Association of Kentucky Inc.
Agrotain International LLC
AgXplore International Inc.
Alex Boone Charitable Trust
Allied Seed LLC
Altria Client Services
Altria Group Inc.
Dr. Jayakrishna and Kameshwari Ambati
American Endowment Foundation
American Snuff Co.
American Society of Agriculture & Biological Engineers
American Society of Landscape Architects
AMPAC Seed Company
AMVAC Chemical Corporation
Adam G. Andrews
Annell Brent Trust
Arbor Day Foundation
Arysta LifeScience North America Corporation
Terrance K. (’79) and Donna S. (’79) Ashby
Ashford Stud/Creek View Farm
Aspen Bio Pharma
Augusta Seed Corporation
Lt. Col. Robert M. Bach ’68
Ethyl C. Bailey ’57, ’61
Howard N. (’59, ’61) and Carolyn S. (’58) Baker
Bank of America Foundation
The Bank of Kentucky
Dr. Lisa K. Barclay
Dr. Freddie L. (’75, ’79) and Shirley Ann Reno Barnard
Barney O. Barnett ’68, ’72
Christopher E. Barnett
James W. Jr. (’55) and Betty M. (’91) Barton
Robert E. Barton ’69
BASF Specialty Products
Dr. Sandra S. (’79, ’87, ’95) and Ronnie J. (’79) Bastin
Philip J. Baugh Jr.
Bayer Environmental Science
Kevin M. and Dawn Bazner
Dr. Robert L. Beck
Beck Ag Inc.
Beck’s Superior Hybrids Inc.
Beechgrove Self Storage
Jessica G. Bell (’43)
Dr. Mark J. Bertram ’89
Dr. Paul M. Bertsch ’83
Big Beaver Tree Service Inc.
Bio Gene Company
Bioniche Life Sciences Inc.
James R. Black
Colby A. Blair ’96
Blue Grass Community Foundation
Bluegrass Area Ag & HES Alumni Association Inc.
Bluegrass Home Economists
Bo-Jac Seed Company
Dr. David C. and Louise H. Booth
Patrick J. Boova ’78
Eleanor Botts ’57
Brian K. Bougher ’94
James R. (’69) and Elise W. (’68) Boyd
Bracken County Farm Bureau
Kent S. (’88) and Mary B. (’89) Bradford
Dr. Betty Jean Brannan
Breeders Supply and Equipment Co.
Carolyn S. Breeding (’72, ’78) and Delbert Ousley
Hazeleen P. Brewster ’56
The Brown Family & Isabella and Mary Norris
Jane Venable Brown ’53
Dr. Stuart E. Brown II
Sara A. Browning ’75
Travis B. Bryan III
Donald W. Bryant ’71
William F. Buck ’70
Dr. Ray A. Bucklin ’82
Burley Stabilization Corporation
John L. Burman ’56
Anthony Burns ’77
Calloway Extension Ag Council
Nick Carter ’68, ’75
Elberta Casey ’86
Merle G. (’80) and Anna R. Caudill
Dr. James D. Cecil ’73
Brian (’95) and Cathy B. (’95) Celsor
Michael Reed (’05) and Kassie Lynn (’07) Celsor
Central City Tourism Commission
Central Kentucky Ag Credit
Ornamental and Turf Association
Central Life Sciences
Mike (’92) and Vonda L. Chalfant
Hazel W. Chappell ’81
Shirley J. Chatfield
Dr. Ching K. Chow
Christian County Agri-Business Association
Susan W. Chung
CJB and Associates LLC
Paul R. Claiborne
Todd A. Clark
Clintwood Elkhorn Mining Company
Charles W. Coates
Eric Martin Coffman ’05
Benjamin F. Collings ’53
Dr. Lisa P. Collins ’98, ’08
Commonwealth Agri-Energy Inc.
Community Initiatives Fund
Community Trust Bank Inc.
Evan M. Conrad ’04
Monte Conrad ’74, ’76
Control Solutions Inc.
Dorothy Crutcher Cordray
Costigan’s Elkanah Farm
Debra B. (’76, ’01) and Charles T. (’76) Cotterill
Dr. Charles M. Coughenour
Courtney Farms LLC
Traci J. Cox
Douglas A. (’88, ’92) and Beth Campbell (’94) Coyle
Critter Control of Kentucky
Lina E. Crocker
John W. Crowder ’68, ’75
The Crutcher Family Foundation Inc.
Dairyland Seed Company Inc.
Larry A. Dame ’76
Danisco (UK) Limited
Darley Stud Management LLC
Dr. John A. (’58, ’60) and Patricia B. (’57, ’60) Deacon
Elizabeth W. Dean
Joseph W. Dearen ’56
Delta Grow Seed Co. Inc.
Adele B. Dilschneider
Direct Enterprises Inc.
Dr. Joe B. (’52, ’56) and Martha J. Dixon
DLF International Seeds
The Dogwood Foundation
Dow AgroSciences LLC
Drexel Chemical Company
Dr. George A. (’61, ’64, ’79) and Ruth Hatchett (’61)
Dr. Michael D. (’76, ’78) and Donna S. (’79) Dykes
Dyna-Gro Loveland Products Inc.
E. I. DuPont de Nemours and Company
Earth Open Source
East Tennessee Clinical Research Inc.
Eastern Dark Fired Tobacco Growers Association
Robert Mitchell Eckman ’06
Marianne Smith Edge ’77
Charlie B. (’97, ’00) and Emily D. (’00) Edgington
Dr. Dennis B. Egli
Phillip D. Elder ’86
Eli Lilly and Company
Jewell D. Ellis ’51, ’57
Elsevier B. V.
Equestrian Events Inc.
Equine Medical Associates
Helen H. Evans ’41
Farm Credit Services
Farmhouse Foundation of KY Inc.
Fasig-Tipton Company Inc.
Dr. Matthew Isaiah Feinberg ’11
Dr. John P. (’96) and Courtney L. Fellers
Fine Americas Inc.
Dr. Joseph L. III and Renie Fink
First Kentucky Bank
Dr. William D. Fishback Jr. ’73
Florida Horsemen’s Charitable Foundation Inc.
Wade A. Flowers ’90
FMC Agricultural Products Group
FMC Corporation APG
Dr. Raymond E. Forgue
Frances Masser MD
Dr. Mark A. French ’82
Dr. David Freshwater and Krisia M. Rosa
Dr. Martha B. Frost ’71, ’77
Judith R. Frye ’64
Dr. Wilbur W. and Martha H. Frye
Dr. Tim Gardner ’90
GEA Farm Technologies Inc.
Elizabeth A. Gentry ’74
William K. Gentry ’71
Geoffrey C. Hughes Foundation Inc.
Brennan Edwin Gilkison ’01
Ralph H. Gillum ’60
Dr. George N. Gilpin ’71
Carroll D. Godby ’57
Russell (’78) and Robin F. (’78, ’80) Gray
Greater Muhlenberg Chamber of Commerce
Green River Area Ag & HES Alumni Association Inc.
Otis Griffin Jr. ’64
Walter Gross III
H & R Agri-Power Inc.
Hagyard-Davidson-Mcgee Associates PLLC
Hail & Cotton Inc.
John R. (’96) and Donna S. Hall
Lawrence (’59) and Sharon M. (’56, ’57) Hall
Paul E. Hall II ’79
Alan F. Hamilton ’80
Steve L. Hamilton ’77
Thomas T. (’67) and Sheilagh R. (’66) Hammond
Samuel J. Hancock ’97, ’00
Kathleen M. Harris ’71, ’77
Leigh W. Harris and Gary J. Thompson ’66
John R. Hartman
Arthur F. Hathaway Jr. ’96
Marion Kenneth (’53) and Karolyn S. (’59, ’67) Hayden
Helena Chemical Company
Kimberly B. Henken ’92, ’94
Dr. Jimmy C. Henning ’86
Henton Farms Inc.
Marcia A. Hicks ’87
Dr. John S. and Linda E. (’91) Hill
Kevin L. Hobbs ’88
Hoe ‘N Hope Garden Club
John Mark Holder ’09
Steven L. (’78) and Faye London Holley
Anthony and Sherry L. Holloway
Tommy C. (’64, ’69) and
Kathryn Hale (’63, ’67) Hopkins
Hornbeck Seed Co. Inc.
Dr. Jessica G. Horne ’95, ’00
Horseman’s Financial GroupInc.
Horsemen’s Benevolent and Protective Association
Anne K. Hoskins
Michael S. Houlihan
Shirley R. Howard ’58, ’63
Russell S. (’86) and Rebecca Hubble
Brian G. Hughes
Human Nature Inc.
G. Watts Humphrey Jr.
Louise Ireland Humphrey
Duncan A. (’07) and Brooke O. (’04, ’06) Hunt
Hutson’s Ag Equipment Inc.
ICL Performance Products LP
Indiana Crop Improvement Association Inc.
Benevolent & Protective Association Inc.
International Ingredient Corporation
International Plant Nutrition Institute
Dr. Steven G. Isaacs
ISK Biosciences Corporation
Dr. Charles J. and Patricia S. Issel
Eric D. (’76) and Elizabeth A. Iversen
Jepson Family Farm Partnership
Casey A. Jetton ’92, ’95
John Wiley & Sons Inc.
Johnson County Homemakers
Dr. Larry D. and Linda S. Jones
JP Morgan Chase Bank N.A.
JWray Seeds LLC
James G. III and Elizabeth P. Kenan
Kentucky 4-H Foundation Inc.
Kentucky American Seeds
Kentucky Association of Electric Cooperatives Inc.
Kentucky Association of Equine Practitioners
Kentucky Chapter of the Kentucky Christmas Tree Association
Kentucky Corn Growers Association
Kentucky Corn Promotion Council
Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education
Kentucky Country Ham Producers
Kentucky Department of Agriculture
Cosmetic Surgery Center
Kentucky Equine Research Inc.
Kentucky Extension Association of Family and Consumer Sciences
Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation
Kentucky Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Company
Kentucky Horsemen’s Benevolent & Protective Association
Kentucky Pest Control Educational Fund
Kentucky Pest Management Association Inc.
Kentucky Small Grain Promotion Council
Kentucky Soybean Promotion Board
Kentucky Sports Turf Managers Association
Kentucky State Fair Board
Kentucky Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Inc.
Kentucky Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Foundation
The Kentucky Turfgrass Council
Kiesel Enterprises Inc.
Jonathan S. (’85, ’90) and Dwaynetta C. King
Dr. Kyle J. King ’89, ’93
Michael A. King ’76, ’78
Elizabeth M. Kingsland ’87, ’96
The Klein Family Foundation Inc.
Dr. and Mrs. John J. Korte
Christopher R. (’90) and Gillian M. (’90) Kummer
Kentucky 4-H Foundation
Kentucky Association of Conservation Districts
L & M Glick
KYM I Foundation
Brian D. and Michelle Lacefield
Lake Cumberland Area Ag & HES Alumni Association
Lake Cumberland Family and Consumer Science
Land O’Lakes Inc.
Jerome E. Lawson ’54, ’59
Lexington Convention and Visitors Bureau
Lexington Council Garden Clubs
Lexmark International Inc.
LG&E and KU Energy LLC
Dr. Dennis O. (’65) and Virginia L. Liptrap
Dr. C. Oran and Myrtle M. Little
Llewellyn H. May Trust
Dr. Graydon A. and Virginia B. Long
Marianne E. Lorensen ’00
Louie’s Flower Power Shops
Louisville Area Ag & HES Alumni Association
The Lourie Foundation Inc.
Nathan C. Lovell
Edith M. Lovett ’71
Adam Garnett Loy ’07
James Kevin Lyons
Scott R. Maddox ’94
Makhteshim-Agan of North America Inc.
John T. Marks ’58
William K. Martin ’61, ’64
Dr. Herbert F. Massey Jr.
Dr. Loys L. and Sonja E. (’79) Mather
Estate of Emma P. Maxfield
Dr. John W. McAtee ’66, ’67
Ann B. McBrayer
William B. III (’84, ’87) and Linda McCloskey
John M. McDonald III
Sam Martin Jr. (’73) and Susan W. (’73) McElroy
Martha L. McGregor ’61
McLaughlin Gormley King Company
McReynolds Family Foundation
Marc R. (’75) and Priscilla L. (’76) Merritt
Adam Charles Michels ’05, ’07
Mid-America Equipment Retailers Services Inc.
Mid-States Meat Association
Maurice A. And
Mary K. Miller
Michael L. Miller ’69
Misdee Wrigley and James Mather Miller Charitable Foundation
Henry R. Mitchell
P. Scott Moffitt ’78
Phillip M. Moloney ’77, ’82
Monsanto Agricultural Co.
Dr. William G. (’56, ’57) and Fredda S. (’57) Moody
Robert S. Moore Jr. ’74, ’91
Mosaic Crop Nutrition LLC
The Mt. Brilliant Family Foundation
Muhlenberg County Board of Education
Mulhollem Cravens Foundation
Dr. Michael D. Mullen
Deborah A. Murray
Mac and Dr. Janice Spencer Murray
Nathan Matuszewicz Fund
The National Horsemen’s Benevolent and Protective Association Inc.
National Pest Management Association
National Turfgrass Federation Inc.
Nationwide Insurance Foundation
Nebraska Horsemen’s Benevolent and Protective Association
Newmarket Equine Hospital
Dr. Charles G. Nichols ’67, ’71
Dr. Thomas J. Nieman
Northeast Area Ag & HES Alumni Association
Northern Kentucky Ag and HES Alumni Association
Ocean Organics Corporation
Ohio Valley Crop
Brenda S. Oldfield ’73, ’78
Trent D. (’07) and Darla (’05, ’07) O’Nan
The Opal H. Mann Living Trust
OreGro Seeds Inc.
Orkin Pest Control
Orphan Society of Lexington
Kenneth W. (’64) and Patty Jo (’65, ’68) Overhults
Owen County Conservation District
The Oxley Foundation
Margot B. Parido ’96
Dennis L. (’81) and Lisa Parrett
Patricia J. Buster Foundation
Charles A. Payne ’86, ’89
Pennsylvania Horsemen's Benevolent and Protective Association Inc.
Pennyrile Area Ag & HES Alumni Association
Austin Burk Perkins ’07
Pest Management Foundation
Dr. Todd W. Pfeiffer ’77
Pfister Seeds LLC
Pfizer Labs Inc.
Phibro Animal Health
Philip Morris International
Pickseed USA Inc.
Pioneer Hi-Bred International Inc.
Col. William B. Poor ’55
Dr. T.N.V.K.V. Prasad
Helen C. Price ’42
G. Herbert Pritchett ’73
Procter & Gamble Co.
Professional Pest Management Alliance
Progeny Ag Products
ProSeeds Marketing Inc.
Provita Eurotech LTD
Keelan W. (’71, ’74) and Diana M. (’72, ’74) Pulliam
Purdue University Department of Animal Sciences
Dr. Virgil L. Quisenberry ’69, ’71, ’74
Lucinda E. Ramberg
Brad C. Ranta ’78
Katheryn M. Ranta ’57, ’77
Dr. Joseph P. Reed
The Reinhold Group
John B. (’85) and Rebecca N. (’85) Reynolds
Barbara L. Rice ’62
Christine P. Richards
Dr. W. Thomas Riddle
Dr. Lynn W. Robbins
Robert L. Conley Livestock LLC
Patrick J. Robinson ’01, ’03
The Roemer Foundation
Roman Catholic Diocese of Lexington
Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital
Roquette America Inc.
Rosenthal Foundation Inc.
Robert A. (’80) and Glee Buck (’72) Roser
Charles J. Rowland ’73, ’75
Dr. C. M. Russell ’78
Safe Equine Technologies Inc.
Dr. Sibu P. and Becky Saha
Saint John’s Lutheran Church
The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation Inc.
Mary L. Sandford ’69, ’74
Dr. Donald E. and Elizabeth S. Sands
Pamela B. Scallan ’68
Dr. Horst Schach
Rudy and Patricia Schmidt
Robert R Scott, Elmira
Scott, and Laverne Scott Trust
Scott S. Skinner Rev Trust
The Scotts Company LLC
Security Seed & Chemical LLC
Seed Consultants Inc.
Ada S. Selwitz ’74
Dr. Helen Anderson Shaw ’58
Dr. Scott A. Shearer
James D. (’56) and Nancy L. (’56) Sherfey
David L. Shultz ’69, ’74
Dr. Dale E. Shuster ’85, ’87
Siemer Milling Co.
Silver Lane Hybrids Inc.
Dr. Alvin M. Simmons ’83, ’87
Dr. James S. Simpson ’80
Dottie Perry Sims
Dr. John L. Sims ’55, ’56
Lee Sisk ’02, ’05
Ed Slack ’74
Glenn N. Slack ’86
Small Business Owners Association of Northern Kentucky Inc.
Dr. Clifton and Renee Price Smith
James T. Smith ’85
Dr. M. Scott Smith
Dr. Mark S. (’86) Smith and Dr. Tammy L.
Mary Morgan Smith
Dr. William M. Snell ’83, ’85, ’89
Jack H. Snyder ’57, ’66
Dr. Patricia M. and John Sobrero
Southeastern Graded Milk Producers Association
Southern States Cooperative Inc.
Dr. Donald L. Sparks ’75, ’76
Jaime R. (’00, ’03) and Kyle C. Sparrow
Springleaf Financial Services
Dr. Edward L. Squires
State Farm Insurance Co.
Barrett A. (’97, ’03) and Beverly E. Steele
Barbara B. Stephenson ’61
Dr. Tammy J. (’97, ’01) and Brian H. (’98) Stephenson
The Steritech Group Inc.
Dr. David B. and Sally Stevens
Drs. John D. II, and Julia C. Stevens
Estate of Marjorie S. Stewart ’63
Russell Stewart ’05
Stine Seed Company
Glenn A. Stith ’78
Leslie J. Stith ’81
Sue C. Stivers ’57
Stonereath Farms Inc.
Stratton Seed Company
Dr. Robert and Ruth Straus
Dr. Melinda Ann
Mark A. Swartz
Swedish Match North America Inc.
Swisher International Inc.
Syngenta Crop Protection
Syngenta Crop Protection Inc.
Syngenta Professional Products
Syngenta Seeds Inc.
T and D Concrete Inc.
Dr. Richard B. (’01) and Susan S. (’01) Tanner
Dr. Robert W. Teater ’51
Tennessee Farmers Cooperative
Terral Seed Inc.
Mr. Douglas L. Thomas ’81
Steven D. Thomas ’79, ’80
Gary C. Thompson ’63
Russell A. Thompson ’82
Margaret J. Thorngren ’42
Thoroughbred Racing Association of Oklahoma
Dr. Doris A. (’52, ’58, 69) and Carroll B. (’51) Tichenor
Charles S. (’99, ’02) and Mollie A. (’02) Tichenor
William R. Toadvine ’60
Tobacco Seed Company LTD
Patricia B. Todd (’68)
Dianne C. Toll ’77
Billy (’03) and Elizabeth E. (’06) Toombs
Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky Inc.
TPE Associates LLC
Mats H. Troedsson, DVM
Paul L. (’73, ’75) and Virginia K. (’77, ’79) Tucker
Russell F. Tucker ’74
Drs. Rodney W. and Charlotte R. (’82) Tulloch
Underwriters at Lloyd’s, London
Unisouth Genetics Inc.
United Commercial Travelers of America
University of Kentucky Ag and HES Alumni Association
University of Kentucky Alumni Association
University of Kentucky Federal Credit Union
University of Louisville
University of Massachusetts
U.S. Seeds LLC
Dr. Ann Vail
Mr. James A. Vail ’72, ’78
Valent U.S.A. Corporation
Value-Added Science & Technologies
George M. Van Meter Jr.
Varied Industries Corporation
Derek D. Vaughan
John O. Venable ’48
The Vit-E-Men Co. Inc.
Charles E. Wallace ’74
Dr. Gary R. (’60, ’66) and Fernita L. (’59, ’70, ’77) Wallace
John B. Jr., (’53) and Carol A. (’57) Walton
Dr. Linus R. Walton ’65, ’67
Robert C. Ward ’56
Victoria Ewing Ware ’79
Dr. James A. Webster ’61, ’64
Wehmeyer Seed Company
Kevin P. (’87) and Janice Wayne Wesley
West Liberty Christian Church
Western University of Health Sciences
Whayne Supply Company
Dr. Sue H. (’64) and Dr. Donald R. Whitaker
Andrew James Whittle ’06, ’07, ’09
Wild Birds Unlimited
Dr. A. S. Williams
Dr. D. W. Williams ’93, ’96
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Wilson
Hilton M. Withers ’60
Dr. R. Douglas (’63, ’64, ’67) and Sandra (’64) Wood
W. Brent Woodrum
Workman Tobacco Seed Inc.
Yara International ASA
Scott Yocum ’86
Harry and Lucy Young
Dr. Patricia L. Ziefle
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