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Kansas Farm Bureau hires Joel Leftwich as chief strategy officer


Kansas Farm Bureau has hired Joel Leftwich as chief strategy officer to build on KFB's advocacy initiatives and evaluate new business opportunities.

Ag Law Briefs


February's Ag Law Briefs will focus on farm transitions. Andy Ellis will talk about estate preservation strategies on Feb. 10 and Jolene Brown will highlight mistakes families make that break up their business on Feb. 13.

Day at the Statehouse


Day at the Statehouse looks different this year, as 2021 moves to virtual events. Join us for our Fireside Chats and Policy Development Webinars and click this article to watch recordings.

Kansas Farm Bureau launching Policy Engagement Series


The Policy Engagement Series is designed as an additional tool for members to engage in developing Kansas Farm Bureau policy.

Connecting with Elected Officials at Days at the Statehouse


Days at the Statehouse gives Farm Bureau members in Kansas the opportunity to learn about current issues, advocate with lawmakers and engage in valuable conversations.

Kansas Farm Bureau receives national honors at AFBF convention


KFB received the New Horizon award for its work planning and implementing Kansas Farm Bureau Health Plans.

Campaign raises nearly $100,000 to End Hunger in Kansas


Kansas Farm Bureau’s End Hunger campaign provided more than $95,000 to 148 locations that delivered relief to each of the 105 counties across the state.

Become a Legacy Partner


Help Kansas Farm Bureau® continue its work in advocacy, education and service by becoming a Legacy Partner. Your donation supports your county FB and KFB programs of your choice.

Kansas Farm Bureau honors tradition and heritage of family farms


Kansas Farm Bureau is recognizing farms that have owners/operators related to the original owner/operator for 100 years and 150 years by Dec. 31, 2021.

Farmers and ranchers wrap up business at KFB's 102nd annual meeting


The policies adopted will now become the organization’s road map for the 2021 legislative session.