A fund organized by KFB's Young Farmers & Ranchers (YF&R) committee to help those impacted by the wildfire in March has raised more than $100,000 and donations are still being accepted.
We know this is only the beginning of budget discussions, but we cannot stress how important crop insurance is to Kansas farmers and ranchers.
Every year KFB recognizes families across the state who exemplify good land stewardship with the Natural Resources Award program. Applications are due May 15.
Each year, the KFB Foundation for Agriculture awards scholarships to college students. Thirty-six recipients have received $21,500 in scholarships for the 2017-18 school year.
The farmers and ranchers of Kansas Farm Bureau congratulate Ron Estes on his win in the 4th District congressional race. Rural voters decided this race.
A book featuring Kansas farmers and ranchers has provided more than $23,500 in funding for a Kansas State University scholarship.
Kansas Farm Bureau (KFB) has awarded six mini-grants to Kansas Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) chapters across the state.
Mark your calendar today for Kansas Farm Bureau’s 99th annual meeting Dec. 3-5 at the Manhattan Conference Center.
Monsanto has donated $50,000 to Kansas Farm Bureau (KFB) Foundation in support of young and beginning ranchers affected by recent wildfires.
Kansas Farm Bureau continues to work connecting those who need help with those who can provide it. Clark County Farm Bureau is donating $20,000 to ranchers impacted in the county.