AFBF is the unified national voice of agriculture working
through our grassroots organizations to enhance and strengthen the lives of
rural Americans and to build strong, prosperous agricultural communities. With a membership of over 6 million families,
Farm Bureau has a local presence throughout the nation. It pays to belong to Farm
Bureau and support rural communities while receiving the economic benefits that
come with membership.
Why is this
Farmers and ranchers produce the food, fiber and shelter for
Americans and for people around the world.
Although they are a small part of the population, the impact of what
they produce spreads to every rural community, town and urban area in the
nation. Working together to support
those who feed us is why it is important to be a member.
What is Farm Bureau?
As a membership organization, Farm Bureau is a
member-controlled, grassroots, independent organization with programs created
to benefit farmers and ranchers and rural communities. Farm Bureau is the Voice of Agriculture.
Farm Bureau advocates for farmers and ranchers and
agricultural communities at every level – county, state, national and
Farm Bureau offers educational resources both to help
farmers and ranchers become more productive and to engage students, teachers
and consumers in developing an understanding of how food is produced.
Farm Bureau offers leadership development programs for all
farmers and ranchers interested in developing leadership skills and serving both
agriculture and their communities.
Farm Bureau offers many economic benefits to its members
through Farm Bureau Advantage.
How do I join Farm
You can join Farm Bureau at the local (county or parish)
level. To obtain a membership
application, contact one of the 2,800 county Farm Bureau offices across the
nation. You can also find information on
membership through your state
Become a member and make a difference in your community.