May 17, 2024

Governor Signs Some Bills, Vetoes Others

In the days following the end of the 2024 Kansas legislative session, Gov. Laura Kelly signed and vetoed many pieces of legislation, some of which are of interest to KLA members. Tax relief - As expected, Gov. Kelly vetoed SB 37, the Legislature’s latest version of a comprehen...

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May 16, 2024

KLA Offers Free One-Year Membership To Recent Ag Grads

To help new college graduates get connected to the industry, KLA offers a one-year complimentary membership to those with an agricultural degree. Through the ag grad program, graduates receive access to member benefits including the weekly KLA News & Market Report , the Ka...

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May 15, 2024

Beef Certificate Program Has Positive Impact On Students

Beef has played a role in hundreds of Kansas students’ classwork through the Beef Certificate Program this school year. In fact, it has helped more than 137 schools in 48 counties use high-quality beef in family and consumer sciences and ProStart classes. Participating schools...

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May 14, 2024

KLF Awards Legacy Scholarships

Keegan Craig of Talmage and Kash Liddeke of Norwich each has been awarded a $1,500 Douglas A. Laue Memorial Scholarship through the Kansas Livestock Foundation (KLF). Craig is the son of Rex and Lori Craig and will be a junior at Fort Hays State University. Liddeke is the son ...

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May 13, 2024

KDA To Host Informational Sessions

The Kansas Department of Agriculture’s (KDA) Division of Animal Health is hosting multiple informational sessions around the state over the next few months. The agenda will include an animal health update, along with discussions on animal disease traceability, secure food supp...

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