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Day at the Statehouse
Farm Bureau members in Kansas are encouraged to register for Day at the Statehouse (DAS) where farmers and ranchers learn about legislative issues, advocate policy with lawmakers and engage in valuable conversations to be the Voice of Agriculture.
Leaders Engaged and Acting in D.C. happening in 2022
The 2022 LEADs trip is a great opportunity for county board members from around the state to bring their families to Washington D.C. and experience our nation’s capitol and see Farm Bureau policy in action at the federal level.
Young farmers and ranchers attend statewide leadership conference
Farmers and ranchers from across Kansas gathered in Manhattan July 30-31 for the annual Young Farmers and Ranchers (YF&R) leaders conference.
AFBF President Zippy Duvall stresses engagement in visit to Kansas
Duvall talked with KFB staff, received briefings on research at K-State and NBAF, spoke with members of the Kansas Ag Alliance and spent time with board members of Chase County Farm Bureau, in addition to other conversations with Farm Bureau members of Kansas.
End Hunger campaign offers funding for hunger projects
KFB is rolling out the second phase of the End Hunger program, which will provide grant funding for county Farm Bureaus and local Farm Bureau Financial Services agents so together they can develop projects in their communities. The program will continue providing donations to local food pantries.
YF&R Leaders Conference
Join us on Friday, July 30 to Saturday, July 31, for the 2021 Young Farmers & Ranchers Leaders Conference!
Virtual townhalls with members of Congress
Kansas Farm Bureau is hosting virtual townhalls with Kansas members of Congress.
KFB’s Foundation for Agriculture awards $23,500 in scholarships
Kansas Farm Bureau's Foundation for Agriculture recently awarded 39 scholarships worth $23,500 for the 2021-22 school year to college students across the state.
Protect Stepped-Up Basis
Proposed legislation in Congress would tax capital gains at death and eliminate stepped-up basis. Send an email to your elected officials today asking them to protect stepped-up basis.