Created and dedicated to the economic growth and prosperity of our State, KDFA works with qualifying public and private entities to identify financial resources and appropriate financial structures. For information on capital finance mechanisms available to governmental and qualifying private enterprises, KDFA is a statewide, multipurpose financial resource.

Beginning Farmer

KDFA continues to offer this tax-exempt bond program authorized by the federal tax code. The program assists farmers who have not previously had or who do not currently have substantial ownership interest in farmland in financing their agricultural businesses to start or keep them in farming. By making loans available at below-market interest rates through private lenders, KDFA assists farmers to become valuable assets for the state of Kansas. The program can be used by beginning farmers for purchasing agricultural land, farm buildings, farm equipment, and breeding livestock, and beginning farmers may borrower up to $543,800 under the program limits, subject to lender approval. 

***updated 4/17/19

TEFRA Notice - Beginning Farmer Project #1106

12/27/2022 9:00 am

Request for Proposal for Audit Services

The Kansas Development Finance Authority ("KDFA") is requesting proposals for Certified Public Accountant services for the audit of its financial statements for the fiscal years ended June 30, 2023, 2024 and 2025.

KDFA Projects

These are just a few of the projects that KDFA has had a part in developing.

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