Glenn is a fifth-generation farmer in the Northern Flint Hills of Pottawatomie County, and serves on the Kansas Farm Bureau board of directors. When he’s not working on the farm and ranch, he writes his own weekly column called Dust on the Dashboard. He was a county Extension agent for 19 years before returning to farm and ranch full time.
Articles by Glenn Brunkow
Preaching to the Congregation
We know as farmers and ranchers we are the best caretakers of all God has entrusted us with. We have to share correct and factual information about what we do with others.
Grateful for Gatherings
Attending several Farm Bureau events in person recently reminded me just how much I've been missing people these last 18 months.
Ending Hunger at Home
We're rolling out Phase 2 of our campaign to End Hunger in Kansas. It all starts with county Farm Bureaus and local agents who are partnering on projects that will help us solve a problem right here at home.
Please, in this time of busy be careful and cautious;’ go the extra mile and slow down. We cannot afford to lose anyone.
It’s time to come out of the darkness that was the past year and enjoy a breath of fresh air. Life is good, and it is about to get better.
Burning and Other Issues
Kansas Farm Bureau plays a critical role in the day-to-day operations of everyone in agriculture, and I can think of no more important reason to be a member.
Stuck on Time
I hate to tell the person who dreamed Daylight Saving Time up, but there are only so many hours of daylight, and it does not matter what a clock says.
Inside the Big Tent
It would be my wish that all of you could attend an AFBF convention so you could get a taste of all the types of ag, viewpoints and opinions we represent.
My point is 2020 was not a good year, but I do know is those of us in agriculture have learned to deal with adversity and keep moving forward.