The American Farm Bureau Women’s Leadership Program has launched a Women in Ag online survey that aims to gauge the goals, aspirations, achievements and needs of women who hold various roles in the American agriculture industry.
MFBF Vice President Cyndi Johnson was one of 15 farm and ranch female leaders who were recognized by AFBF as graduates of the comprehensive training. The intensive three-day course comprised hands-on sessions regarding public speaking, working with the media and messaging.
The American Farm Bureau Women’s Leadership Committee D.C. Fly-In March 19-22 provided an excellent opportunity for members to learn about working with elected officials and put that training into practice during Capitol Hill visits.
Looking for fresh event ideas in 2018? We visited with the Mason County Farm Bureau in Kentucky to learn more about their Traveling Book Barn.
Read on to learn more about Annie's Project and how it can be a great addition to your County's Program of Work.
As the primary care taker in many aspects of farm and ranch life it's easy for women to put their own needs aside. However, caring for others means taking care of yourself, too.
MFBF's Lillian Ostendorf recently traveled to our nation's capitol and had the opportunity to meet with our congressional delegation.
Convention registration closes one week from today--don't miss out!
The Montana Farm Bureau Annual Convention is quickly approaching and the Women's Leadership Committee is busy! Make sure you don't miss the events and programs offered at this year's convention.
In this week's Friday Feature, we hear from MFBF District Director Tom DePuydt on what happens to a policy once it's passed.