2020-2021 President of the Kentucky Association of County Agricultural Agents, Ms. Courtney Jenkins serves as the Agriculture & Natural Resource County Extension Agent in Magoffin County, with University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension.
Courtney has served as a county extension agent for 11 years. Prior to transferring to Magoffin County in 2014, Courtney worked as a dual agent in Menifee County, performing the duties of ANR Agent and 4-H Youth Development Agent.
Courtney earned both her Bachelor’s Degree and Master’s Degree in Community and Leadership Development from the University of Kentucky, as she is passionate about strengthening the abilities of individuals, groups, and organizations in her community to reach goals and overcome challenges. In addition to her passion for community and leadership development, Courtney has a deeply-rooted love of all things agriculture. She grew up on a tobacco farm in Morgan County where she, her husband, and two young daughters still reside and now operate a farm of their own.
Courtney is thankful for a career with the Cooperative Extension Service that allows her to incorporate her love of agriculture and community and leadership development into her daily activities. Courtney’s major programming efforts include beef production, forages, forestry, and horticulture—the leading sources of ag-related income in East KY. She also enjoys working with the Magoffin County Farmers’ Market and a variety of community organizations on local community and economic development ventures.
2019-2020 President of the Kentucky Association of County Agricultural Agents, Ms. Carol Hinton serves as the Agriculture & Natural Resource County Extension Agent in Breckenridge County, with University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension.
Having grown up on a farm in Hardin County, Ms. Hinton has worked as the county extension agent for the past twenty six years. She was one of the first female agriculture agents in Kentucky.
As the county extension agent, Ms. Hinton works with the community in determining, prioritizing and addressing county needs relating to agriculture and natural resources. In addition, she counsels with community members to provide input and feedback regarding extension’s work in the area. She designs and implements programs based on identified needs and provides educational opportunities.
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