Each One Reach One

In the February Kansas Stockman, KLA President Harry Moser challenged each member to recruit one new member in 2020, then go a step further and nurture a relationship with that person, inviting them to KLA functions. 

Members wanting to participate in the campaign by inviting friends, neighbors and business associates to join can contact the KLA office for prospect lists and brochures. 

1. Online Membership Application 

2. Printable Membership Application


Total number of KLA members who have signed up
new members as of June 30


One Traeger grill will be given away for every 50 members who meet the challenge. In addition, all new members will be entered in a separate drawing for a YETI cooler. Drawings for the prizes will be held at the 2020 KLA Convention in December. 

Strength in Numbers

The Kansas Livestock Association is a trade association representing 5,600 members on legislative and regulatory issues. KLA was formed in 1894 when a group of more than 100 Flint Hills ranchers met in Emporia to discuss cattle theft problems and unreasonable railroad freight rates. Today, KLA represents the state’s multi-billion dollar cattle industry at both the state and federal levels. KLA members are involved in all segments of the livestock industry including cow-calf, feedlot, swine, dairy and sheep. Dues paid by the membership fund legislative, educational and communications activities.