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Moving Rural America Forward: A letter from KFB President Rich Felts


Kansas Farm Bureau President Rich Felts addresses the farm bill, asks members to help us show cellphone coverage maps in Kansas are incorrect and previews Kansas Farm Bureau's centennial celebration.

Kansas Farm Bureau's VOTE FBF announces endorsements for state and federal races


Kansas Farm Bureau’s Voters Organized To Elect Farm Bureau Friends (VOTE FBF) Political Action Committee (PAC) has released its election candidate endorsements for state and federal races in Kansas.

2018 Kansas State University/Washburn Law School Agribusiness Symposium


Registration is open for the KSU / Washburn University School of Law Agribusiness Symposium, Aug. 15 at KFB headquarters. Learn about laws and regulations that impact farming and ranching.

Kansas Farm Bureau to celebrate centennial in December


Kansas Farm Bureau will celebrate its 100th annual meeting Dec. 2-4 in Manhattan. This annual meeting will mark more than a century of work for the state’s largest farm organization.

KFB awards 10 grants to Kansas FFA chapters


In its ongoing support of Kansas FFA Association, KFB awarded 10 grants worth $5,000 to FFA chapters. The grants help fund chapters partnering with county Farm Bureaus on local projects.

KFB seeks better cell phone coverage for rural Kansas


KFB is challenging the legitimacy of coverage maps from various major cellular carriers in Kansas and is seeking help from Kansans to show the lack of reliable cell phone coverage exists.

KFB’s Foundation for Agriculture awards $27,000 in scholarships


Each year, KFB's Foundation for Agriculture awards scholarships to college students. Forty-four recipients have received $27,000 in scholarships for the 2018-19 school year.

Tell the US Trade Representative it's time to negotiate


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.

Chinese trade war will cripple 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.

Teaching Members to Fish


While we're honored to be your voice when necessary, it's your voice that resonates with elected officials.