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Farm Weekend for the Weekend of April 4, 2020

4/3/2020

A 5-minute radio program featuring a recap of the weeks' agriculture-related news and commentary.

Insight for the week of March 30, 2020

4/2/2020

Kansas Farm Bureau intern Noah Ochsner talks about how COVID-19 has affected college life.

 AUDIO: Finding opportunities in the pandemic

4/2/2020

Niche market sales are on the rise across the U.S. due to the ongoing pandemic. Noah talked with one rancher about the rise in sales she is seeing right here in Kansas.

KFB's Voice of Agriculture for the Week of April 6, 2020

4/1/2020

You can now play radio programs directly from this page, or to download, click the download arrow underneath the SoundCloud logo on the right.

Force Majeure Claims During COVID-19 Pandemic

4/1/2020

Here is a resource to answer some of your questions about force majeure during the COVID-19 pandemic

AUDIO: How COVID-19 could impact Kansas' rural healthcare systems

3/31/2020

We talk with Dr. Robert Moser, Dean of KU School of Medicine at Salina, about the possible effects COVID-19 could have on the rural healthcare system.

Farm Bureau Financial Services office hosts blood drive amidst critical shortage

3/31/2020

While the drive came about because the office was looking for more community outreach opportunities, it just so happened to fall when the need was growing because of the COVID-19 crisis.

Staying Afloat

3/30/2020

The next day, K-State announced the remainder of our semester would be conducted online. Our lives came to a complete stop.

USDA Adds Flexibilities for Crop Insurance

3/30/2020

On March 27, USDA’s Risk Management Agency (RMA) released information regarding additional flexibilities for producers working through Approved Insurance Providers (AIPs).

Small grocer working to keep shelves stocked

3/30/2020

The problem, Mike Floersch says, isn’t the availability of food in distributors’ warehouses, but the people to pull product and put it on trucks to ship out.

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