Our Farms

The Kenton family has owned land in Robertson County for more than 100 years. Eldridge Kenton, a prominent farmer, businessman and politician bought his first acres in the 1880s, and over the years the farm grew and grew. He is buried on the farm, and the cemetery with his tomb stone can be found there today. Over the years the farm has engaged in general farming including the production of tobacco, corn, hay and dairy. Today Kenridge Farm East is used for farming tobacco, hay, wheat and straw, as well as hunting, and it has rustic camping accommodations. Its over 300 acres offer hills, fields and forest perfect for agriculture and recreation. Plans for the future include developing hiking trails and alternative crops.

In 1990, the family added Kenridge Farm Paris, a 48 acre bluegrass gem, to the family holdings providing space for horse breeding, training and boarding as well as horse hotel accommodations.


2451 Sardis Road
Mt. Olivet, KY 41056


735 College Rd
Paris, KY 30361