Table of Contents
- Membership Information
- Research Articles
- John H. Coolidge Farm Management Fund
- Info Sheet
- 50 Years of Progress
- Job Descriptions
- Whole-Farm Analysis
- Enterprise Reports
- KFMA Newsletters
- KFMA Economist Reporting
Building Strong Relationships...Producing Excellence
With more than 80 years of experience serving producers, the Kansas Farm Management Association (KFMA) maintains a long term commitment to Kansas agriculture. Twenty-five KFMA Economists, who are faculty members in the Department of Agricultural Economics, comprise the professional staff of the KFMA program. The Economists work cooperatively with farm families to provide members with production and financial management information for use in decision making.
The primary goal of the KFMA program is to provide each member with information that can be used to help make farm and family decisions. KFMA Economists assist producers by providing the following information and services:
The Kansas Farm Management Association Program is organized into six regional associations. The K-MAR -105 Association serves as the central information processing unit for the six Associations. K-MAR-105 maintains data banks that are used extensively for Agricultural Economics Research and Extension activities.