The first week of February will be an exciting time for Kansas Farm Bureau. Members and leaders are invited to join us for one, two or all three of the exciting and meaningful state-wide events planned. 



February 4-5, 2020

KSU Alumni Center

1720 Anderson Ave, Manhattan

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County Farm Bureau Presidents will enjoy networking with their peers from across the state, engage in training specific to their role as the leader of their county association and get the latest information about important agriculture and organizational issues.This event is open to current County Presidents and free to attend.

February 6, 2020

Capitol Plaza Hotel

1717 SW Topeka Blvd, Topeka

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Calling all members interested in policy! This event provides an opportunity for members to learn about current legislative issues and advocate policy with lawmakers. Whether you’ve never been to the Capitol or you’re an experienced advocate, if you’re interested in how Farm Bureau impacts the decisions made in Topeka this event is for you. 
This event is open to all Kansas Farm Bureau members and costs $35. Register by January 3.

February 7-9, 2020

Hilton Garden Inn & Conference Center

410 S 3rd Street, Manhattan

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Join more than 500 young men and women from across the state as we focus on connecting you with practical tools and resources to add value to your daily work, expanding your peer and professional network and providing encouragement and motivation to keep pushing forward in a tough time for agriculture. Regardless of the crops you grow, animals you raise or off-farm role you play, this conference has something for all young people connected to agriculture and will empower attendees to return home with the tools and knowledge to make positive changes for their farms, families and communities.
This event is open to anyone who finds the content relevant, regardless of age or membership status. Regular registration is $100, with a late fee for adult attendees after January 10. A $60 Saturday day pass is available for high school FFA or 4-H members interested in ag careers. Register by January 24.







All events require online pre-registration. Grants for the registration fees are available from the KFB Foundation for Agriculture and can be applied for directly on the registration form by County Coordinators and Collegiate Farm Bureau chapter leaders.




Hotel blocks are available in Manhattan for the duration of the week and in Topeka for the night of Wednesday, Feb. 5.

Full Week Manhattan Options (Feb. 4-9)


 Price (+ tax) Deadline Contact/Booking Instructions

Bluemont Hotel

1212 Bluemont Avenue, Manhattan

 $95 January 10 

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  • Proceed to Group Login and sign in with
  • GroupID: kfbc0220
  • Password: kfb


Call 785-473-7091

Fairfield Inn by Marriott

300 Colorado Street, Manhattan

 $107 January 6

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Call 785-539-2400

Topeka (For Members Only Attending Day at the Statehouse)

Capitol Plaza Hotel

1717 SW Topeka Blvd, Topeka

 $101 January 6

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Call 785-431-4733

Weekend Manhattan Options (For Members Only Attending the YF&R Conference)

Comfort Suites

1020 Hostetler Drive, Manhattan

 $89-$109 January 16 Call 785-539-9449

Hampton Inn

501 E Poyntz Ave, Manhattan

 $93 January 23 (5 p.m.) Call 785-539-5000

Hilton Garden Inn

410 S 3rd Street

 $113 January 10 Call 785-532-9116

Holiday Inn Express & Suites

115 Blue Earth Plaza

 $109 January 6 Call 785-320-7454



Contact Edie Doane at 785-587-6102 or for more information.