Glenn Brunkow

Glenn Brunkow

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




Taking Pride in Agriculture


Those of us in agriculture have always risen to the challenge. No one is more productive than the American farmer, we are without a doubt the best in the business.

Seeding Success


It is critical all of us as members contribute to the Foundation. I know money is tight and ag prices have seen better days. Any gift is appreciated, and all gifts go toward important work.

Voting for Agriculture


I cannot tell you just how important the upcoming primary and the general election are for our nation and for agriculture. We need to make sure the right people are elected.

The Slow, Steady Course


I ask that each of us make the effort to share the story of how we are #stillfarming to provide the food to feed a hungry world. This is our time and our opportunity to make an impact.

The Work Goes On


As a farmer, staying “alone” may be easier than those who live and work in the city. For the most part, our lives have gone on unchanged, unless you have crops or livestock to sell.

Engaging in DC


I truly wish that everyone would have the opportunity to come to Washington, D.C. and get involved with the governance of our great nation.

Young at Heart


The YF&R program is something that is near and dear to my heart. It's where Jennifer and I got our first taste of KFB and saw the power and importance of being involved.

Stronger Together


We are seeing our population drop in most of rural Kansas, which means our political influence also is shrinking. We are seeing political power swing to more populated areas.

A Voice for All of Agriculture


We have weathered tough times, grown as an operation and become the biggest and most influential general farm organization in the state.

Thankful for Agriculture


Think about it; it’s a holiday where the main celebration is a feast. If that is not a celebration of agriculture, I don’t know what is.