Blog Articles




Purple Plow—Not Your Equipment Dealer’s Newest Sale Promotion


The American Farm Bureau Foundation is unrolling great, new projects for students 5th through 8th grade.

Cowboy Ethics


Looking for fresh ideas in 2018? We visited with Elkhart County in Indiana to learn more about their Cowboy Ethics program.

Food, Family & Farm Bureau


Powder River-Carter County Farm Bureau shows us how they brought folks out on a snowy, cold February night.

Issue Update: Exempt Wells...Try, Try Again


The debate regarding effective regulation of exempt wells in Montana continues. MFBF is at the table representing agriculture and working toward collaborative solutions.

'S-HAY-ring' the Love


We're so grateful to the Wadena County Farm Bureau in Minnesota for their efforts in collecting donated hay--now let's find out who the lucky recipients are!

Influencing Influencers: What it Means and How to Do it


One of the best ways to learn and understand something is through visualization and tangible experiences. Farm tours allow people to gain hands-on experience about daily life on the farm or ranch.

Y'all Come


Take it from Rosebud/Treasure County Farm Bureau, a spring meeting can be a great way to keep your general county membership engaged and informed regarding county Farm Bureau activities and important policy discussions.

Traveling Book Barn


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.

Support Ag Literacy; Pay Your Taxes!


Want to feel better about the amount of money you send Uncle Sam this year? Include a donation through the Agricultural Literacy tax Check-off!

It’s Your Business!


Sweet Grass County Farm Bureau is sponsoring Annie’s Project, a series of classes designed by women for women in Agriculture to foster problem solving, decision making and record keeping skills in women managing a modern farming and ranching enterprise. Our second class focused financial literacy and resources.