KFB opens the Century and Sesquicentennial Farm Program applications for 2020.
China is an important market for Kansas farmers and ranchers, and we urge both countries to continue working to create a free and fair market.
Kansas Farm Bureau recognized members and friends at its 101st Annual Meeting, Dec. 1-3 in Manhattan.
Photos of Farm Bureau members of Kansas who attended the 2019 Kansas Farm Bureau Annual Meeting.
More than 400 Farm Bureau members of Kansas wrapped up business for their farm organization at Kansas Farm Bureau’s 101st annual meeting
KFB Health Plans offers members like Wabaunsee County ranchers Wrenn and Arturo Pacheco another option to battle ever-increasing costs for health care.
Kansas Living’s “Make Mine Meat” campaign encourages the inclusion of all types of animal protein in one’s diet for its high-quality nutritional value.
Kansas Farm Bureau will celebrate its 101st annual meeting Dec. 1-3 in Manhattan.
The KFB Collegiate Fellows program offers emerging leaders an opportunity to engage in intentional leadership and personal development while learning first-hand about Farm Bureau policy.
Kansas Farm Bureau (KFB) congratulates Joe Newland, Wilson County farmer and KFB board member, on his appointment to the Kansas House of Representatives.