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

11/29/2016

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

Statement by Rich Felts, KFB president on election

11/10/2016

Kansas Farm Bureau President provides statement on the 2016 election.

American Farm Bureau Federation Statement Regarding the 2016 Election Results

11/9/2016

Congratulating President-Elect Trump and other election winners

No-Till Winter Conference

11/8/2016

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

11/7/2016

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

Farmers and ranchers of Kansas Farm Bureau to meet in Manhattan

11/4/2016

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

11/3/2016

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

10/18/2016

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

Top 10 considerations to navigate a struggling farm economy

10/18/2016

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.

10/18/2016

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.

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