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Our Land, Our Lives - by John Schlageck

10/16/2017

Kansas Farm Bureau’s own John Schlageck has created the book Our Land, Our Lives to celebrate the centennial celebration of the state’s premier farm organization.

Kansas Farm Bureau's 99th annual meeting

10/12/2017

Mark your calendar today for Kansas Farm Bureau’s 99th annual meeting Dec. 3-5 at the Manhattan Conference Center.

New book celebrates Kansas farm and ranch families

10/12/2017

A new book created by Kansas Farm Bureau’s John Schlageck is available for purchase as the organization begins celebrations for its centennial celebration starting in 2018.

A strong farm bill helps all Americans

10/9/2017

Kansas Farm Bureau president and Kansas food relief leaders believe a strong farm bill helps all Americans.

Ag Groups Support New Ag Processing Facility

9/21/2017

Agriculture groups in Kansas provide a joint statement regarding benefits of new ag processing facilities in the state.

Hurricane Harvey: How to help

8/31/2017

Here are some ways you can help victims of Hurricane Harvey, the catastrophic event that hit Houston and other parts of Texas late August.

Tell EPA to Rescind WOTUS

8/23/2017

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 This dangerous and burdensome rule must be rescinded.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.

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.

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