The Killebrew Ag Foundation

"You are doing more than planting seeds, we are farmers doing God's work!"


The Killebrew Ag Foundation is dedicated to propelling the future of Mississippi’s farming industry through innovation and education.

Our focus is on nurturing young men and women who are the future of agriculture.

We will offer immersive learning in diverse areas of farming, such as agronomy, entomology, data analysis, business, and financial management.

Our goal is to create a resilient and innovative generation of farmers, preserving the time-honored tradition of farming while integrating modern techniques and self-discovery.

Keath Killebrew’s Legacy

Keath Killebrew, Sr., co-founder of Killebrew Cotton Company and a visionary in agricultural practices, left an indelible mark on the farming community. His commitment to education and sustainable living, coupled with a deep-rooted passion for agriculture, shaped our foundation’s ethos.

Today, we honor his legacy by empowering aspiring farmers to live off their land sustainably and conscientiously, in Mississippi and beyond.

Keath Killebrew used his spiritual grace, knowledge of agriculture, love of people, sense of adventure, and passion to make the world a better place as a vessel to share God’s love and grace. The Killebrew Ag Foundation seeks to continue his life’s work through helping a young person who is passionate about agriculture and serving people through their future career.


The Keath Killebrew Award Fund was created for the purpose of supporting education for young men and women interested in agriculture.
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Make a Donation

Help make a difference in a young person’s future.

All contributions to this special fund are tax-deductible as charitable contributions under Section 501(c)(3) of the IRS code. Tax ID #64-0845750.

Make it your ambition to lead a quiet life, to mind your own business and to work with your hands, just as we told you, so that your daily life may win the respect of outsiders and so that you will not be dependent on anybody.

1 Thessalonians 4:11-12