Members from Miami County joined more than 700 Farm Bureau members of Kansas during Kansas Farm Bureau’s 2021 Annual Meeting in Manhattan Dec. 4-6. Pictured are: (front row, form left) Logan Wilson, Jessica Scherman, Vicki Atwood, David Wilson, Barbara Wilson, Marjorie Pretz; (back row) John Scherman, Charles Atwood, John Pretz, Michael Martin and George Pretz. They wrapped up important business for their farm organization after debating and adopting policy statements for 2022. These policies will now become the road map for the organization during the upcoming legislative session.

MANHATTAN — Nearly 400 Farm Bureau members of Kansas, including several from Miami County, recently wrapped up business for their farm organization during Kansas Farm Bureau’s 103rd annual meeting in Manhattan.

Topics of discussion included livestock marketing, carbon and health care. The policies adopted will now become the organization’s road map for the 2022 legislative session, according to a news release.

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