* Austin Hausmann and Adam Bronge discuss how the company started and their experience with the Ag Innovation Challenge at American Farm Bureau's Convention.
* Kansas Farm Bureau employee Brenden Wirth recounts his experience with the Four County Fire and what that area looks like now. He also discusses the Wildfire Task Force that he serves on and what they hope to accomplish.
* Kansas Farm Bureau members Jackie Mundt and Austin Hiebert discuss the upcoming YF&R conference and competitions the attendees can compete in.
* Brad Niehues, resolutions committee member, discusses how the tentative resolutions are made and what voting delegates can expect.
* Jake Parker, general counsel and secretary for North Carolina Farm Bureau, explains how the case is going and how it could impact agriculture.
* Richard Linton, president of Kansas State University, and Terry Holdren, CEO of Kansas Farm Bureau, discuss what the collaboration means to their organizations and the agriculture industry.
* Kansas Farm Bureau's Shannon Martin, assistant director of foundation and ag education, joins the podcast to discuss her goals for the departments and resources available for educating others on agriculture.
* Chris Kuehl is a managing director at Armada Corporate Intelligence and is Kansas Farm Bureau's annual meeting keynote speaker for 2022. On the episode he highlights topics related to agriculture and economics in America and internationally.
* Founder of Shop Kansas Farms, Rick McNary discusses what Shop Kansas Farms provides to consumers and producers. Kansas Farm Bureau’s Glenn Brunkow reviews how Kansas Farm Bureau’s recent purchase of Shop Kansas Farms will continue with McNary.
* Dennis McKinney discusses the various programs that Farm Service Agency has to offer agriculture producers.
* Kansas Farm Bureau members Donna Wise and Ashley Beying discuss the value of mental health and their recommendations for managing mental health.
* Butler County Farm Bureau has put on the Farm to Fork Tour for multiple years now, County Coordinator, Tiya Tonn discusses the event.
* Water was a large topic of discussion during the 2022 legislative session in Topeka. While there was proposed legislation that did not pass, it has prompted KFB to conduct meetings across Kansas to hear from their members.
* Kansas Farm Bureau's policy team provides an update on legislative issues as the Kansas Legislature reaches spring break.
* Robin Reid from Kansas State University's Department of Agricultural Economics talks with Inside Ag host Noah Ochsner about the 2021 Kansas Land Values Book. You can view the 2021 Kansas Land Values Book by clicking here https://agmanager.info/land-leasing/land-buying-valuing/kansas-land-values-book-2021.
* Record-breaking winds ripped through Kansas and helped fuel the flames of a large fire in the north central part of the state. Kansas Farm Bureau CEO Terry Holdren and 6th District Field Service Manager Brenden Wirth provide an update to KFB's response efforts to the damage.
* Changing markets have raised questions for consumers and producers, KFB Board Member Dan Schmidt explains what new information producers should know and shares his experience in representing Kansas on AFBF's Livestock Working Group: Beef Subcommittee.
* Cutting edge agricultural research is being conducted in outdated facilities. What could that mean for the future of the industry and food security? Dr. Ernie Minton, Dean of the College of Agriculture at Kansas State University, talks with Kansas Farm Bureau's Noah Ochsner about what the future could hold and what needs to be done to save the aging and outdated facilities.