KFMA Reports Record Kansas Net Farm Income in 2021

“The income earned in 2021 put our farms, on average, in a very strong financial position coming into 2022,” Herbel said. “Even with the high levels of risk and concern we have (in 2022), we began the year in a very strong financial spot.” 

State Designates $62 Million for Affordable Housing Development

Governor Kelly capped off the legislative session by signing two major bipartisan housing bills into law, representing a significant expansion of resources to support statewide housing development. The measures represent a combined $62 million in new housing resources, as well as initiatives to incentivize housing development.

SOUL Family Support for Young Kansans in Foster Care

“DCF and the Annie E. Casey Foundation kick-off first-ever demonstration site to help advance proposed permanency option that would allow older youth to establish supportive circle of caring adults without severing legal ties with birth parents and siblings”

Formula Shortage and Dangers of Diluting and Making Your Own

Clay Center, KS- Those that feed their infant formula know the struggle that’s going on in finding the formula they need to feed their child. In February baby formula maker Abbott issued a recall for complaints of a common environmental bacteria where two infants became sick and two tragically passed away. Many people have gone […]