Manhattan, Kansas – 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,” Rich Felts, President of Kansas Farm Bureau, says. “The work that began when farmers and ranchers joined as one because they knew they were stronger together continues today. We look forward to celebrating with our members, county Farm Bureaus and friends from across the state.”
The event will begin Sunday evening at the Manhattan Conference Center with a kick-off banquet featuring remarks from Felts. Farm Family designees and the Distinguished Service Award winner will be recognized.
On Monday, informational workshops, tradeshow vendors and a silent auction will be available to attendees. During the morning general session awards for Friends of Agriculture, Natural Resources, YF&R programs and the YF&R photo contest will be presented. Rick McNary, Butler County Farm Bureau member and champion of farmers who has a passion for ending world hunger, will present the keynote Monday afternoon. County Farm Bureaus and the 2018 class of Leadership KFB will also be recognized.
A fundraiser for KFB’s Foundation for Agriculture and Legal Foundation will be held Monday night that features dueling pianos.
On Tuesday, voting delegates will debate and adopt policy statements for 2019 and elect the KFB president and board members from the even-numbered Farm Bureau districts.