Kansas Farm Bureau will celebrate its 100th annual meeting Dec. 2-4 in Manhattan. This annual meeting will mark more than a century of work for the state’s largest farm organization.
In its ongoing support of Kansas FFA Association, KFB awarded 10 grants worth $5,000 to FFA chapters. The grants help fund chapters partnering with county Farm Bureaus on local projects.
KFB is challenging the legitimacy of coverage maps from various major cellular carriers in Kansas and is seeking help from Kansans to show the lack of reliable cell phone coverage exists.
Each year, KFB's Foundation for Agriculture awards scholarships to college students. Forty-four recipients have received $27,000 in scholarships for the 2018-19 school year.
The retaliation by China against the proposed tariffs will result in drastic impacts on Kansas markets for beef, pork, soybeans, sorghum and airplanes.
Farmers and ranchers from across Kansas gathered in Manhattan Jan. 26-28 for the annual Young Farmers and Ranchers (YF&R) leaders conference.
KFB is starting work on a strategic plan that will be completed upon the centennial celebration in 2019. Part of that includes hearing from you, our members. Please take a few minutes and provide feedback.
Apply for the Century Farm program to honor a family farm that has been passed down for more than a century. The deadline for consideration is May 15, 2018.
We applaud the passage today of the tax reform package, and look forward to the president signing it into law. Individual tax rates are going down and this a welcome change
Photos of Farm Bureau members of Kansas who attended the 2017 KFB Annual Meeting.