Breaking news from Kansas Farm Bureau.
The KFB Collegiate Fellows program offers emerging leaders an opportunity to engage in intentional leadership and personal development while learning first-hand about Farm Bureau policy.
USDA released the latest details on its actions to offer farmers reprieve from ongoing trade disputes through the second round of Market Facilitation Program payments.
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.
Kansas Farm Bureau commends U.S. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue’s selection of the Kansas City area as the new location for USDA offices.
Sept 13 at Hutchinson Community College. Learn about laws and regulations that impact farming and ranching.
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.
Registration is now open for KFB’s Centennial Tour July 29-31. Stops will stretch across the state and include various ag-focused sites and meals for area members.
As House Bill 2209 becomes law, KFB commits to helping finish the work of expanding affordable healthcare options to all Kansans in 2019
These grants provide the opportunity for FCCLA chapters to conduct projects in the school or community around food and farming.