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Leadership KFB 2018

8/8/2017

Kansas Farm Bureau is taking applications for Class 4 of the Leadership KFB program. The program focuses on creating influential thought-leaders who will engage in communities across the state.

Kansas State University/Washburn Law School Agribusiness Symposium

7/26/2017

This symposium examines the intersection between the business and economics of agriculture and the legal environment in which they operate.

Ten graduate from KFB's Masters Program

6/20/2017

Ten Kansans graduated from Kansas Farm Bureau’s Masters program this month. The program offers an up-close look at life on Kansas farms and the ag industry with six educational capsules.

Dealing with Disaster: Travis McCarty

6/16/2017

Travis McCarty's story is the third and final in KFB's "Dealing with Disaster" series created by veteran farm journalist John Schlageck detailing the tenacity of Kansas farmers.

Dealing with Disaster: Jan & Kim Wilkinson

6/14/2017

Jan and Kim Wilkinson's story is the second in KFB's "Dealing with Disaster" series created by veteran farm journalist John Schlageck detailing the tenacity of Kansas farmers.

Dealing with Disaster: Tom & Marieta Hauser

6/12/2017

Tom and Marieta Hauser's story is the first in KFB's "Dealing with Disaster" series created by veteran farm journalist John Schlageck detailing the tenacity of Kansas farmers.

Five KS FFA members receive KFB Discussion Meet awards

6/7/2017

The first-ever Kansas FFA Discussion Meet hosted by Kansas Farm Bureau (KFB) concluded during the Kansas FFA State Convention in Manhattan with five FFA members receiving awards.

KFB awards grants to Kansas FFA chapters

5/31/2017

In their ongoing support of Kansas FFA, Kansas Farm Bureau (KFB) awarded 13 grants worth $5,900 to FFA chapters across the state.

KFB YF&R committee still accepting fire relief donations

5/24/2017

A fund organized by KFB's Young Farmers & Ranchers (YF&R) committee to help those impacted by the wildfire in March has raised more than $100,000 and donations are still being accepted.

KFB Statement on Administration’s Proposed Budget

5/23/2017

We know this is only the beginning of budget discussions, but we cannot stress how important crop insurance is to Kansas farmers and ranchers.

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