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Madison County Farm Bureau invites members to provide feedback for the 2020 policy development process. Given these current unprecedented times and the uncertainty of if/when it might be possible to schedule an in-person meeting, the county will be conducting its policy development activities a bit differently this year. Please participate in the policy development process by submitting written public policy ideas.
Madison County Farm Bureau has held as its ongoing philosophy to work at helping farmers, as well as all Madison County residents, to meet their needs and find solutions to problems affecting them. The first step in this process is to surface those needs and problems toward which Farm Bureau can direct its efforts. These issues can pertain to the organization on the local, state and national levels. Issues and ideas brought forth will be presented to the county policy development committee for consideration and to potentially be included in the proposed policies presented to county members for approval at the annual meeting held in the fall.
We invite you to participate in Madison County Farm Bureau’s Policy Development Survey.
Please complete the survey by June 30, 2020.
Contact the office at 800-451-8908 or email [email protected] with any questions.
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