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KFB's Foundation for Agriculture awards $21,500 in scholarships

4/18/2017

Each year, the KFB Foundation for Agriculture awards scholarships to college students. Thirty-six recipients have received $21,500 in scholarships for the 2017-18 school year.

KFB Statement on Estes win in 4th District

4/12/2017

The farmers and ranchers of Kansas Farm Bureau congratulate Ron Estes on his win in the 4th District congressional race. Rural voters decided this race.

KFB raises more than $23,500 for KSU ag communications scholarship

4/11/2017

A book featuring Kansas farmers and ranchers has provided more than $23,500 in funding for a Kansas State University scholarship.

KFB awards grants to FCCLA chapters

4/4/2017

Kansas Farm Bureau (KFB) has awarded six mini-grants to Kansas Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) chapters across the state.

Monsanto gives $50,000 to support fire relief efforts

3/23/2017

Monsanto has donated $50,000 to Kansas Farm Bureau (KFB) Foundation in support of young and beginning ranchers affected by recent wildfires.

KFB's VOTE FBF endorses Estes for 4th Congressional District race

3/17/2017

County Evaluation Committees in the 4th Congressional District overwhelmingly chose Estes

Fire relief continues, Clark County Farm Bureau donates $20,000 to cause

3/15/2017

Kansas Farm Bureau continues to work connecting those who need help with those who can provide it. Clark County Farm Bureau is donating $20,000 to ranchers impacted in the county.

Aerial Surveys to Document Lesser Prairie Chicken Population Trends

3/9/2017

Aerial surveys to count lesser prairie chickens will begin March 16 and run through mid May

Website connects help to those who need it for fire relief

3/8/2017

The page www.kfb.org/firerelief connects those who are donating supplies like fencing and building materials and labor to those in need.

Kansas wildfire relief

3/7/2017

Several Kansas counties have experienced grass fires and are in need of assistance.

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