January 28, 2022

Legislative Session Continues

It was a slower week in the Kansas Legislature compared to the previous week relative to issues that affect livestock producers. Nonetheless, movement occurred on the following bills that may be of interest to KLA members.  Kansas Renewable Energy Transparency Act - The S...

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January 27, 2022

Members Participate In Leadership Conference

KLA member Scott Feldt (right) of Cimarron visits with Sen. Ron Ryckman of Meade. Beef industry stakeholders from across Kansas participated in this week’s KLA Leadership Conference in Topeka. The two-day event exposed members to various aspects of KLA, the legislative process...

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January 26, 2022

Report Water Use Online To Avoid Paper Filing Fee

Water use reports are due by March 1 and, as a reminder, the Kansas Department of Agriculture - Division of Water Resources (DWR) charges a $20 per water right filing fee on each report submitted in paper form. This fee can be avoided by reporting water use online here . Water...

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January 25, 2022

Applications Due January 31 For Wildfire, Storm Relief Funds

The deadline is nearing for producers impacted by the wildfires and severe weather last month to apply for relief funds through the Kansas Livestock Foundation (KLF). Applications are due January 31 and can be accessed by going to  www.kla.org  or by calling KLA at (...

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January 24, 2022

Bill Introductions Begin In Kansas Legislature

The second week of the legislative session continued to keep the KLA lobbying staff busy and engaged. Numerous committees began the process of introducing bills that will shape this year’s body of legislation. KLA provided testimony and support for several bills last week.&nbs...

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