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Petitions to Protect the Lesser Prairie-Chicken Move to Next Review Phase


U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is back to attempt to list the lesser prairie-chicken

Statement by Rich Felts, KFB president on election


Kansas Farm Bureau President provides statement on the 2016 election.

American Farm Bureau Federation Statement Regarding the 2016 Election Results


Congratulating President-Elect Trump and other election winners

No-Till Winter Conference


The 2017 No-Till Winter Conference is set for Jan. 24-25. Early bird price discounts are available until Nov. 30. Don't miss this 21st annual event.

Kansas Farm Bureau's 98th Annual Meeting


Make plans to attend KFB Annual Meeting Dec. 4-6 in Manhattan.

Farmers and ranchers of Kansas Farm Bureau to meet in Manhattan


More than 800 Farm Bureau members from across Kansas will gather in Manhattan Dec. 5-6 for their organization’s 98th annual meeting.

Veterinary Feed Directives meetings planned


With the new veterinary feed directives set to go in effect Jan. 1, K-State Research and Extension has planned meetings to help producers prepare for the upcoming regulations.

KFB introduces Kansas FFA Discussion Meet competition


KFB introduces discussion meet for Kansas FFA students in the 2016-2017 school year.

Top 10 considerations to navigate a struggling farm economy


Farmers and ranchers are currently experiencing one of the biggest downturns in history with parallels to the 1980s. A K-State program will focus on how the farm operation might withstand these hard times.

ESTATE TAXES: IRS Proposed Regulations Threaten Family Farms and Ranches.


Farmers and ranchers need to weigh in by the November 2 deadline. The long-term viability of the family farm is under threat from the IRS.