KFB's Farm Families of the Year
The purpose of the award is to recognize outstanding Farm Bureau families who have distinguished themselves through participation in Farm Bureau programs and leadership, family activities, community and civic service, as well as displaying good farm operation management.
The award is an opportunity to recognize 105 farm families (single or extended) at the county level and 10 (one per KFB district) farm families (single or extended) at the state level. Applicants must be actively participating in production agriculture and selected by the county Farm Bureau. Current KFB Board members, their families and KFB staff members are not eligible.
How to Enter
Each county Farm Bureau is encouraged to annually select a deserving family and honor them at the county annual meeting or similar event. Each county Farm Bureau may submit their winning family application for one of the 10 Kansas Farm Family of the Year awards to Kansas Farm Bureau.
Each county will receive an attractive Farm Family of the Year yard sign to be presented to the winning family at the county annual meeting. Counties may also choose to give other recognition items at their discretion.
Ten Kansas Farm Family of the Year Awards (one per KFB district) will be presented at the Kansas Farm Bureau Annual Meeting in Manhattan. Honorees will receive a special recognition, a commemorative gift and invite for immediate family to the Recognition Banquet.
2022 Farm Family Recipients
Chad and Cassondra Basinger – Reno County
Brance and Natalie Boone – Greenwood County
Dallas and Leah Fuller – Mitchell County
Rick and Sharon Hiss – Barton County
Garrett and Randee Holaday – Jackson County
Garrett and Caley Love – Gray County
Jesse and Anna Luna – Rooks County
Kent and Rebecca Ott – Sedgwick County
Ryan and Ashley Stainbrook – Linn County
Lacey and Mark Wray – Franklin County
2021 Farm Family Recipients
Bryce and Kenley Carpenter – Jackson County
Harry and Kathleen Clubine – Allen County
Mark and Cindy Cramer – Lane County
Larry and Diane Hoobler – Wabaunsee County
Shane and Andrea Knoll – Finney County
Caleb and Shanda Mattix – Thomas County
Brent McCollough – Jewell County
Josh and Macey Mueller – Harvey County
Scotty Thellman – Douglas County
Brian Wetta – Sedgwick County
2020 Farm Family Recipients
Berry and Carla Bortz – Pratt County
Bill and Joy Carp – Sedgwick County
Clint and Jessica Dearden – Scott County
David and Addi Foster – Bourbon County
Adam and Crystal Ifland – Smith County
Jeff and Ashley Goodman – Jackson County
Brad and Jamie Niehues – Stevens County
Bruce and Jennifer Thomas – Shawnee County