About Bobbie Bryant


Bobbie Smith Bryant is a native Kentuckian, born in the Black Patch of Calloway County. 


She is proud of her family’s farming heritage and deeply committed to Western Kentucky. She provides marketing and promotional assistance, as well as historic and genealogical research, to Smith Farms.


Bobbie also serves the Kentucky League of Cities as community development advisor. For more than twenty years, she has assisted cities with community and economic development issues.  


She previously owned and managed a successful retail business. She also hosted a daily morning television show and a monthly broadcast featuring notable people of Western Kentucky.


For a listing of Bobbie's presentation topics link to:


Bobbie is a passionate and talented freelance writer. Her recently published works include:


TV Interview on WHAS 11's Great Day Live!



Farming in the Black Patch interview with Bobbie with Murray State Radio, listen here.


Farming in the Black Patch, Courier-Journal
February 2013

Kentucky Kindness, Underwired Magazine,
April  2012
The Five Virtues of Mollie
Underwired Magazine, September 2011



Forty Acres & A Red Belly Ford: The Smith Family of CallowayCounty




The Comfort of Home, winner of the 2010 Bluegrass Literacy
Fall Writing Contest




 The Badge, Clay County Ancestral News Magazine
Spring and Summer 2011


Tobacco Barns at Smith Farms