Kansas Chapter

The Kansas Chapter empowers rural property professionals by providing education and promoting ethical and professional standards. The Chapter promotes the professions of farm management, agricultural consulting, and rural appraisal by holding meetings for the exchange of ideas, conducting education, and holding its members to a Code of Ethics and Standards of Professional Practice. 

The Chapter hosts two meetings annually in February and July.  The winter meeting is typically held in Salina and focuses on providing robust continuing education opportunities.  The summer meeting is held at various locations throughout the state and includes tours of local agricultural places of interest, as well as some class room presentations.  The Chapter provides funding for students to attend ASFMRA Summer Education Week, as well as supports members attending ASFMRA Leadership Institute in Washington, D.C. 

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Community News and Announcements

Most farmers across Kansas will likely be seeing an increase in their land valua...
Join your colleagues for education and the Kansas Winter Meeting, February 22 -...
The Kansas Real Estate Appraiser Board will hear a presentation on Friday, Janua...
The Kansas Real Estate Appraiser Board will hear a presentation on Friday, Janua...
Farm income declines, but land values hold in 2014 Hub Staff | Kearnery Hub...

Community Documents

Plans for the summer Meeting have been finalized.  We hope to see a number of...
Get the recap of a very successful Winter Meeting!
Join the Colorado Chapter on April 20 - 21 for Introduction to Soils for...

Community Discussions

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As the third week of the state legislative session began, more became known abou...
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In April 2014 ASFMRA asked our members about current land values in their area b...
The United States is currently engulfed in one of the worst droughts in recent m...