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Do you have ideas to benefit agriculture? Do you want to channel your energy and strengths into an organization that creates synergy with others? If so, read on...Membership opens the door to participate in Farm Bureau as much as you desire and in the way the fits into your life. Participating in Farm Bureaus aligns your passion and interest in agriculture with thousands of others across the state. Farm Bureau members can collectively accomplish what no individual can achieve working alone. You know what you enjoy doing and what your strengths are. You know how much time you have to offer. Your participation may include helping with specific tasks or events. Your participation may also include leadership roles. It is a good idea to start small and grow your involvement in and understanding of Farm Bureau. You will get to know a lot of great people, enjoy their camaraderie and make a difference in agriculture. Start by contacting your county Farm Bureau to indicate your interest in getting involved.
Thank you for your interest and Farm Bureau looks forward to your participation.
How Can You Help?
County Farm Bureau Action Teams have a great deal of latitude in designing their county programs. Each county supports a Communications, Public Policy and Organization action team to fulfill the programs and activities each County Farm Bureau deems important.
Advisory teams are created around commodity areas to discuss current issues, write and recommend new policies and recommend any programming or activities needed related to their team.
Young Ag Professionals
Young Professionals are OFBF members who age 35 or younger who are interested in improving the business of agriculture, learning new ideas and developing important leadership skills.
Farm Bureau Youth Programs are for students age 10 to 18 who are interested in building personal, social and leadership skills. The programs are open to rural, urban and suburban youths.
Advisory Councils are groups of Farm Bureau members and friends who meet on a regular basis to discuss a topic selected by Ohio Farm Bureau for member input.