Jackson County Farm Bureau

Our strength is in numbers.  As a grassroots organization, we strengthen agriculture and the lives of Kansans through advocacy, education and service.  Join today.

Email: jacksonfb@kfb.org

         (785) 364-2111  

521 Arizona Avenue

Holton, KS 66436

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How Jackson County Farm Bureau Association supports its members and community

 

 

Jackson County Farm Bureau engages with and supports the community by: 

  • engaging with lawmakers on behalf of agriculturalists

  • issuing scholarships to high school seniors and college students

  • ag ambassadors

  • interns

  • education in the classroom

  • safety poster program and demonstrations

  • Jackson County Conservation District ag & water festival

  • supporting 4-H

  • hosting the pedal tractor pull

  • hosting learning opportunities for local agriculture producers

  • community service supporting all members of our community

  • sponsoring leadership opportunities

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Jackson County Farm Bureau Safety Poster Contest

Division 1 - 1st Place - Nagmo Jackson
Division 1 - 2nd Place - Brenna Bontrage
Division 1 - 3rd Place - Grady Moss
Division 2 - 1st Place -  Ethan Noel
Division 2 - 2nd Place -  Landon Sawyer.
Division 2 - 3rd Place -  Macie Will
Division 3 - 1st Place -  Tinsley Bradle
Division 3 - 2nd Place -  Chesnea Cochre
Division 3 - 3rd Place -  Lane Pruett
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Get Involved

Join the Kansas Farm Bureau and help us support you and your community and your livelihood.  Farm Bureau is present in your neighborhoods, supporting and serving and educating.  We support and serve our youth.  We provide education to both our youth and to non-agriculturalists about our way of life and the importance of what we do to feed America with quality food safely grown and produced.  We provide service to our COMMUNITY and to our members through advocacy, benefits, programs and leadership training!

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