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KFB's Member Healthcare Benefit

Why do Farm Bureau members need options for health care benefits? 

A recent national survey shows 65 percent of farm and ranch families believe access to affordable health care options is the number one threat to the success of their operation. 

In the past 5 years net farm income has declined by nearly 50% while insurance costs have increased more than 200%. 

Learn more about the health care benefit product Kansas Farm Bureau is working towards by clicking here.

What is SB 32? 

Click here for a PDF document and learn more about what's included in SB 32 and why this is good for Kansas. 

SB 32 Frequently Asked Questions

There is a lot of misinformation being shared about what is and isn’t included in SB 32. Click here to see some of the most frequently asked questions.

Why is SB 32 Good for Kansas?

Kansas Farm Bureau President Rich Felts shares why addressing the unsustainable cost of health coverage and passing SB 32 is critical to the future of agriculture and rural Kansas.

KFB Member Health Care Benefit Passes in the Senate

 

KFB Testimony 

On Jan. 29, Kansas Farm Bureau, farm members of the state's largest farm organization and Farm Bureau Financial Services presented testimony in the Senate Financial Institutions and Insurance Committee to seek authority for KFB to develop member health care benefit coverage. Read the testimony below.

Terry Holdren, Kansas Farm Bureau

Marieta Hauser, Grant County 

Tim Franklin, Sherman County

Sarah Schmidt, Geary County

Michelle Hubert, Farm Bureau Financial Services

On March 6, Kansas Farm Bureau, farm members of the state's largest farm organization and Farm Bureau Financial Services presented testimony in the House Insurance Committee to seek authority for KFB to develop member health care benefit coverage. Read the testimony below. 

John Buttenhoff, Lincoln County

Tim Franklin, Sherman County

Marieta Hauser, Grant County

Terry Holdren, Kansas Farm Bureau

Michelle Hubert, Farm Bureau Financial Services

Sarah Schmidt, Geary County

Justin Vosburgh, Stafford County