Breaking news from Kansas Farm Bureau.
The U.S. Trade Representative has opened a public comment period on the trade dispute with China. Now is the time to tell the USTR to negotiate a better deal for Kansas farmers and ranchers.
The retaliation by China against the proposed tariffs will result in drastic impacts on Kansas markets for beef, pork, soybeans, sorghum and airplanes.
While we're honored to be your voice when necessary, it's your voice that resonates with elected officials.
This annual tournament helps the KFB Foundations provide funding for programs aimed at improving the quality of life in Kansas through agriculture education, leadership development and legal advocacy.
Farmers and ranchers from across Kansas gathered in Manhattan Jan. 26-28 for the annual Young Farmers and Ranchers (YF&R) leaders conference.
A message from Kansas Farm Bureau President Rich Felts showcases how we've kept our organization strong for 100 years.
KFB is starting work on a strategic plan that will be completed upon the centennial celebration in 2019. Part of that includes hearing from you, our members. Please take a few minutes and provide feedback.
Apply for the Century Farm program to honor a family farm that has been passed down for more than a century. The deadline for consideration is May 15, 2018.
Applications are now being accepted for Kansas Farm Bureau's 2018 session of Communications, Media and Spokesperson Training happening March 6-7 at KFB headquarters in Manhattan.
The 2018 Kansas YF&R Leaders Conference will take place in Manhattan on January 26-28. Talk to your county board or coordinator about attendance and sponsorship opportunities today!