Jackson County Farm Bureau Association
Jackson County Farm Bureau Assn. is a grassroots voice for agriculture.
It actively serves Farm Bureau members in Jackson County through
advocacy and education with programs and services.
Jackson County Farm Bureau Association, 521 N. Arizona, Holton, KS 66436
In an effort to enhance engagement on issues that face the farmers and ranchers of Kansas Farm Bureau, the KFB board of directors has implemented an issue engagement project. Approximately once a month, a new topic will be covered by a board member, and the goal is to receive feedback from our members. For each topic, a short video and discussion paper will be posted on the KFB website, along with a link to a survey with a few questions. This month's topic, The Value of Trade, has been posted and is ready for your viewing, discussion and feedback at : https://www.kfb.org/article/Issue-Engagement-Trade
In 2019 Kansas Farm Bureau will celebrate 100 years of advocacy, education and service. Be part of this commemoration and help this work continue by becoming a Legacy Partner.
Congratulations to Mackenzie Moore and Marley Wareham! They have been selected to receive the 2018 Collegiate Scholarships! Mackenzie is pursuing a degree in Nursing and Marley is pursuing a degree in Music Education!
The 2018 recipients of the Jackson County Farm Bureau $250 Scholarship are Annalyss Phillips, Blake Harris, Blake Chance and Chase Gigstad.
Congratulations and the best of luck as you begin the next chapters in your lives!
2018 High School Scholarship Winners
President Jordan Foster presenting the Century Farm Award to Carol & Shawn McGarity. They own 176 acres in Jackson County; 160 acres were purchased by Shawn's Great, Great, Great Grandfather Martin McNeive and has remained in the family since the original purchase.