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The formal endorsement of Rep. Marshall came from Kansas Farm Bureau’s political action committee comprised of active farmer/rancher members.
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.
During the last legislative session, changes were made that amended the statute for ATV and UTV use for agricultural purposes. Find out what this means for your farm and ranch.
Gov. Kelly has created the Office of Rural Prosperity that “is dedicated to improving life in rural Kansas.” KFB encourages members to attend listening sessions happening June through August.
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.
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 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.
The state’s largest farm organization congratulates the winners of the 2018 midterm elections.
The U.S. Trade Representative has opened a public comment period on the trade dispute with China. Now is the time to tell the USTR to negotiate a better deal for Kansas farmers and ranchers.
Tell the EPA to support the repeal of the 2015 WOTUS rule. This dangerous and burdensome rule must be rescinded. Send your comments in today.