Join the state’s largest farm advocacy organization. Our members ensure the future of family farms, natural resource conservation and locally grown food.
County Farm Bureaus
Find your nearest County Farm Bureau to join our family or learn more about youth scholarship and volunteer opportunities in your community.
See the latest events and conferences. We hold various networking, leadership and educational sessions on agricultural-related topics throughout the state.
Hurricane Irma Relief Fund for Agriculture
Hurricane Irma significantly impacted Florida agriculture. The Florida Farm Bureau Women’s Fund is accepting tax-deductible donations to aid in relief.
Take advantage of valuable discounts and savings on vehicles, healthcare, insurance, travel and farm equipment. Your savings can pay for your membership.
Receive a subscription to FloridAgriculture magazine, covering general interest topics in Florida. Also receive ag research articles and public policy updates in our online publications.
By advocating for the programs and policies that help farmers and ranchers prosper, we help to protect domestic food production and Florida’s natural resources.
Buy "Florida's Best"®
Receive exclusive discounts on Florida’s Best® products through the Florida Farm Bureau Buyers Club (FAMA), the oldest and largest club in the country.
Network with peers and other commodity groups while gaining professional experience and leadership skills.
Farm Raised. Farm Proud.
Show your support of farmers and ranchers with our Farm Raised, Farm Proud, Farm Bureau membership campaign.
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Turkey Day Tips
If you are among the thousands of Floridians preparing a Thanksgiving meal this year, remember the food safety basics: clean, separate, cook and chill.
Giving Back During Farm-City Week
Farm-City Week is a time to give thanks for the valuable partnerships between urban and rural residents. The week will be celebrated statewide, Nov. 15-22, 2017.
Burmese Python Threatens Human Health
The large Burmese python is eating its way through the mammals in the Everglades. The impacts are threatening human health.
Florida Farm Bureau advocates on behalf of farm families on the local, state and national levels. We represent farmers and rural communities.