Jackson County Farm Bureau Association
email:  jacksonfb@kfb.org
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Meet Your Board
Each month we will highlight one of the board members.  

Matt Hines has been a member of the board since 2015.  He currently serves as the Marketing Committee Chair and is also on the AFBF (American Farm Bureau Federation) Issue Advisory Market Structures Committee. Matt is a Licensed Commodity Broker and Consultant for Loewen and Associates, Inc. of Manhattan, KS.
Matt is married to Sara Fox and they have five children, ranging in ages 9 to 18. In his spare time, Matt enjoys coaching his kid's sports, golfing and overall enjoying the outdoors and family time.
While on the board he hopes to help educate producers on marketing and risk management and be able to help educate our youth about the importance of Agriculture.
The motto for Farm Bureau is the “Voice of Agriculture” and Matt feels he has seen this first-hand through the county, state and national level. All members have that opportunity for their voice to be heard covering all aspects in today’s agriculture. For those that are not members, he encourages them to join, so their voice may be heard as well.
Feel free to share your thoughts and ideas about agriculture with Matt if you see him around the county.


Jackson County Farm Burea Assn.
521 N Arizona St
P.O. Box 1005
Holton, KS 66436
Email: jacksonfb@kfb.org

2018-2019
 Board of Directors

Kenley Carpenter
 President
Womens Chair

​Ashley Goodman​​
Vice President
Young Farmers & Ranchers Chair

Samantha Mellies
Treasurer
Political/Policy Chair

Garett Schreiber​
Health & Safety Chair

Matt Hines
Marketing Chair

Heidi Kathrens​
Membership Chair

Matt Pagel
Natural & Environmental Resources Chair

Garrett Holaday
Communications Chair

Mandy Hug

Regina Wofford
County Coordinator
Why Join Jackson County Farm Bureau Assn.
And Kansas Farm Bureau?

  • Provides education about agricultural issues, such as transportation laws and animal disease control.
  • Keeps members up-to-date on legislative proposals.
  • Works to preserve the state's ability to use narrative standards rather than numeric water quality criteria, which imposes unnecessary restrictions on farming and ranching practices.
  • Offers KFB governmental relations app with action alert and response tools, policy implementation feedback features, access to national and state policy, political action committee information, congressional and state delegation resources, legislative bill tracking and more.
  • Helps pass state laws protecting agriculture contracts, limited transfer water permits and improvements to permitting system for CAFOs.
  • Awards grants to support ag education leadership programs.
  • Offers money-saving benefits both countywide and statewide.
  •  Help us make rural Kansas stronger and brighter. Join Farm Bureau today (and nope, you don't have to be a farmer) 
  • Have a voice in the decisions that affect your farm and ranch. Join Farm Bureau today.

Jackson County Farm Bureau Assn.
Serves Your Community.