Breaking news from Kansas Farm Bureau.
Stakeholders are encouraging Kansans to follow CDC guidelines, avoid mass gatherings, use face coverings and other measures to preserve health care resources.
KFB will host its 102nd annual meeting Dec. 3-5 with a mix of virtual presentations, while voting delegates will gather at 10 sites across the state to conduct business and set policy for 2021.
Since 1993, VOTE FBF has endorsed and supported candidates for public office who support farming and ranching and rural Kansas.
Kansas Farm Bureau supports candidates who support Kansas' rural way of life and agricultural pursuits.
KFB’s VOTE FBF Political Action Committee has announced its primary election candidate endorsements for state races in Kansas for the Aug. 4 primary.
There were clear majorities from county Farm Bureau organizations in each U.S. House district in support of Mann, LaTurner and Estes.
The formal endorsement of Rep. Marshall came from Kansas Farm Bureau’s political action committee comprised of active farmer/rancher members.
Forty-two recipients received $25,000 in scholarships for the 2020-21 school year. Over the past decade, the foundation has awarded more than $325,000.
In this first issue of KFB's Rural Reports, Greg Akagi talks with Rich Felts, KFB President, and Zippy Duvall, president of American Farm Bureau Federation.
KFB, FBFS partner to address food insecurity in Kansas. KFB's Foundation will create a fund and matching program that encourages county Farm Bureaus and FBFS agents to raise funds together.