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KFB: Kansas City right choice for USDA offices

6/13/2019

Kansas Farm Bureau commends U.S. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue’s selection of the Kansas City area as the new location for USDA offices.

2019 Kansas State University/Washburn University School of Law Agribusiness Symposium

6/11/2019

Sept 13 at Hutchinson Community College. Learn about laws and regulations that impact farming and ranching.

2019 Planting Decisions

6/10/2019

After large amounts of moisture this spring, farmers are struggling to get crops planted and are faced with difficult decisions. These tools may help and represents our best interpretation of current rules.

Centennial tour registration now open

5/3/2019

Registration is now open for KFB’s Centennial Tour July 29-31. Stops will stretch across the state and include various ag-focused sites and meals for area members.

Kansas Farm Bureau commends Governor Kelly for leadership, compromise

4/19/2019

As House Bill 2209 becomes law, KFB commits to helping finish the work of expanding affordable healthcare options to all Kansans in 2019

Kansas Farm Bureau awards mini-grants to 2 FCCLA chapters

4/11/2019

These grants provide the opportunity for FCCLA chapters to conduct projects in the school or community around food and farming.

Kansas Farm Bureau Donates to Nebraska Farmers and Ranchers Affected by Flooding

3/19/2019

The fund will distribute 100 percent of its proceeds to Nebraska farmers, ranchers and rural communities.

2019 USDA Reports Trip

3/18/2019

Register for the USDA Reports Trip to Washington, D.C.

KFB Member Health Care Benefit Passes in Senate

2/20/2019

Today, the Kansas Senate approved by a vote of 28 to 11 SB 32, a bill that will allow KFB to establish health care benefit that offers coverage specifically and solely for Farm Bureau members.

KFB's Member Healthcare Benefit

1/29/2019

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.

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