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Farmers and Ranchers Elect Vice President, Complete Business at KFB’s 105th Annual Meeting
Kansas Ag Connection - 12/08/2023

Nearly 400 Farm Bureau members of Kansas on Monday wrapped up business for their farm organization during Kansas Farm Bureau’s (KFB) 105th annual meeting.

The policies adopted will now become the organization’s road map for the 2024 legislative session. Topics of discussion included economic development, agricultural credit and energy production and transmission.

Pottawatomie County farmer Glenn Brunkow was elected vice president. Others elected to the board of directors include:

Tim Tyson, Linn County

Dan Schmidt, Marshall County

Jim Schmidt, McPherson County

Jim Sipes, Stanton County

Delegates also re-elected Laura Haffner, Ellis County, as chair of the Women’s Leadership Committee.

Other activities included a host of agriculture-related workshops and speakers, including a keynote from award-winning broadcaster and storyteller Larry Hatteberg.

American Farm Bureau Federation and Kansas Farm Bureau staff members provided an update to members on several issues important to agriculture, including passing a new farm bill.


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