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Kansas Farm Bureau meeting

MANHATTAN — Last week almost 400 Farm Bureau members of Kansas wrapped up business for their farm organization after debating and adopting policy statements for 2018. These policies will now become the organization’s roadmap for the 2018 legislative session.
Topics of discussion at the 99th Annual Kansas Farm Bureau Meeting included: water, taxes and education.
Nemaha County farmer Jeff Grossenbacher was re-elected as vice president. Others elected to the board of directors include Glenn Brunkow, Pottawatomie County; Joe Newland, Wilson County; Stacey Forshee, Cloud County; Keith Miller, Barton County; and Jim Sipes, Stanton County.
Other activities included a host of ...


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