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Communications, Media and Spokesperson Training


Applications are now being accepted for Kansas Farm Bureau's 2019 session of Communications, Media and Spokesperson Training happening April 17-18 at KFB headquarters in Manhattan.

KFB's Member Healthcare Benefit


KFB wants to offer member healthcare benefit coverage that will save members more than 30% compared to plans currently available. Farmers and rural Kansans are in desperate need of affordable healthcare coverage options.

Young farmers and ranchers attend statewide leadership conference


Farmers and ranchers from across Kansas gathered in Manhattan Jan. 25-27 for the annual Young Farmers and Ranchers (YF&R) leaders conference.

Delegate photos from Kansas Farm Bureau’s 100th Annual Meeting


Delegate photos from Kansas Farm Bureau’s 100th Annual Meeting are now available for download.

Kansas Farm Bureau receives national awards


KFB was awarded the New Horizon award at the American Farm Bureau Federation annual convention. The award recognizes KFB's work on broadband coverage throughout the state.

KFB Statement on Nomination of Beam for KS Sec. of Ag


KFB Richard Felts congratulates Mike Beam on his nomination to head the Kansas Department of Agriculture.

KFB honors tradition and heritage of family farms


KFB's 2019 installment of Century Farms is now accepting applications. New this year is the Sesquicentennial Farms award.

KFB Statement on Sen. Roberts’ Retirement


Kansas Farm Bureau President Richard Felts thanks Sen. Pat Roberts for his service to agriculture and congratulates him on his retirement announcement for 2020.

Day at the Statehouse


This event provides an opportunity for members to learn about current legislative issues and advocate policy with lawmakers. This one-day event takes place in Topeka.

KFB applauds leadership in passage of 2018 farm bill


“Farmers and ranchers in Kansas look forward to the improved risk management tools found in the 2018 farm bill,” Rich Felts, president of Kansas Farm Bureau, says.