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Farmers and ranchers assume leadership roles

Several Farm Bureau members in Kansas have taken state committee leadership positions within their farm organization.
Kansas Farm Bureau’s Environment and Natural Resources Committee advises the KFB Board of Directors on issues and concerns related to the environment and natural resources. New members include Scott Gordon, Montgomery County; Stanley Kats, Phillips County; Wayne Powell, Meade County; and Clayton Janicke, Cheyenne County.
The KFB Resolutions Committee’s mission is geared directly to the policy positions (resolutions) of the organization. The committee surfaces and directs study on issues important to members of county Farm Bureaus and develops tentative resolutions for consideration ...

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