Bullfrogs on My Mind

Ann and Diane Mason

Lots of families have legends. Ours is about bullfrogs.

The legend is that our grandfather/great-grandfather, Clifford B. Gosney, introduced the bullfrog to northern Kentucky. Here’s how it goes: Our family dates back many generations in Campbell County. Grandpa had a farm on Race Track Road near Alexandria. Somewhere around 1940, he came up with the idea to start a frog farm. After much research, he found and imported giant bullfrogs from Texas and released them into a pond on his property. Read More

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