Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.Dues
$80.00 per year for a family membership
Livestock producers, processors and policy stakeholders will learn about and discuss local and regional meat production and marketing opportunities and challenges.
State trustee Mike Videkovich provides this summary of key items covered during the June state board meeting, as well as some other news items.
Unite with Farm Bureau members to collaborate on issues you deem important to shape local, state and federal policy affecting agriculture and our community.
The grants will be used for Foodpreneur Meat School and to help students gain practical experience in meat processing.
Fairfield County Farm Bureau earned the prestigious Milestone Award for achieving active farmer and ag professional member gain.
Farm Bureau state board meeting highlights from Trustee Mike Videkovich
April 14 and 21, Foodpreneurs will engage with experts in branding, sales, marketing, and more to learn strategies to meet growth goals.
Farm Bureau advocates for good government policy, develops opportunities for young farmers, supports local food efforts and funds efforts to protect the environment and water quality.
The Farm Hop will begin in early spring and run through the growing season.
Learn about the latest trends and issues that impact the agritourism industry and explore options for your operation.