Programs and Centers
- The Kansas State University Office of Farm and Ranch Transitions (AgKansitions) is here to provide you with the access to the Kansas LandLink Program, book a one-on-one consultation, and look for professionals in your area to help with the transition process.
- The Arthur Capper Cooperative Center (ACCC) at Kansas State University provides research-based information, education and assistance to people interested in cooperative-based businesses.
The Farm Analyst Program has a long history of responding to farm families encountering a variety of challenges. The program's intensive one-on-one consultation, using farmers trained as K-State Research and Extension analysts, has provided assistance to more than 1,000 Kansas farm families.
- Kansas Agricultural Mediation Services connects Kansas farmers, ranchers and landowners to confidential, low cost resources for ag financial counseling, legal assistance and mediation.
K-MAR-105 Association is a non-profit educational corporation associated with the Department of Agricultural Economics at Kansas State University, the Farm Management Association, and K-State Research and Extension.
The Kansas Farm Management Association (KFMA) program provides members with information about business and family costs to improve farm business organization, farm business decisions, and farm profitability; and minimization of risk.
K-State’s Master of Agribusiness (MAB) is an award-winning, distance education graduate degree program that focuses on food and agribusiness management.
- NCERA-210 is a project focusing on improving the management and effectiveness of cooperative-owned business organizations.