Kansas Farm Bureau Agricultural Advisory Committees are responsible for the introduction and discussion of issues related to the specific commodities, as well as policy review and development. Committee members must be voting members of the organization and active producers of the respective commodity. Committee members may serve a maximum of three one-year terms, and should expect to participate in teleconferences and one in-person meeting per year, which usually take place in Manhattan, KS. The president of Kansas Farm Bureau appoints members to the following committees: beef, dairy, environmental and natural resources, feedgrains, hay and forage, oilseeds, sheep and goat, swine, and wheat.
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