We’re producing a community of individuals dedicated to promoting and protecting the professional development and business viability for the plant nutrient and crop protection retail industry.
Our membership model and the different variations of memberships we offer allows nearly anyone associated with agribusiness to join our family, further expanding our reach of providing cutting-edge continuing education and legislative representation on issues affecting Kansas agribusiness.
Our members are part of a community. They may compete with one another on a business front, but they all want what’s best for our industry. Members find support from one another and enjoy the networking opportunities and camaraderie of protecting such an historic industry.
It’s 2 a.m., on the House floor of the Kansas Capitol and our elected officials are debating an important piece of legislation to raise taxes. You don’t have to worry about following along, because we’ll always be there defending your best interests and keeping you up-to-date on what’s happening in Topeka.
Our training programs are second to none. We aren’t going to waste your time … At our conferences, you’re going to learn. We offer an assortment of training opportunities, all the way from anhydrous ammonia, to pasture and range management, to interpreting rules and regulations. Whatever you need continuing education on, you can find it here.
We religiously follow issues on both a state and federal level and keep you up-to-date on rumors, drafts and laws affecting your livelihood.
We maintain a robust industry marketplace where you can search for jobs, buy equipment, seek out a new business opportunity or purchase documents paramount to the success of your business.
Our favorite part of gathering with our members is recognizing individuals and organizations who have taken a great amount of pride in protecting the best interest of Kansas agribusiness.
“I’ve been reassured the need for myself to personally advocate/educate both our public officials and the general public about the needs and challenges of the agricultural industry. When the agriculture industry benefits, the general public as a whole benefits.”