WOW, what a winter we have had during the months of February and part of March! We have certainly been blessed with the abundant moisture, however, with that we have
Kansas Farm Bureau turns 100 this year, and 100 has never looked so good. A lot has happened in the century KFB has been around. We have seen agriculture transition
How are your New Year Resolutions going? We’re nearing the end of the first quarter of the year. Are you a quarter of the way to the goal(s) you set
As board members of the Lincoln County Farm Bureau, we strongly endorse Kansas Farm Bureau’s effort to offer farmers and ranchers more choice when it comes to their health care.
This time of year most of the coffee shop talk revolves around calving season.
I have a confession. I am proud to be a millennial. Admittedly, there are many criticisms of my generation. Some are based in the truth--young people spend more time on
Our society puts a lot of importance on age. As we grow up from a child to an “adult” (speaking in terms of the physical maturation process – not the
Saving energy and money go hand-in-hand. The Consumer Federation of America (CFA) has identified simple ways consumers can save both. For more energy saving information, visit energystar.gov. Don’t get burned
If you read “Insight” regularly you’ll know the man who started this column back in the late ‘70s, John Schlageck, retired from Kansas Farm Bureau in January. Filling the shoes
After 45 years covering agriculture in Kansas and Missouri, I will “pull the pin” (retire) from Kansas Farm Bureau Jan. 31. I’ll put my pen in the desk drawer, close