Farm Bureau's renowned grassroots-policy development process starts with individual Farm Bureau members who are concerned about an issue.
Policy Development is a fundamental, primary purpose of Farm Bureau. Farm Bureau members recognize they are citizens first, then Farm Bureau members. Participating in the Farm Bureau policy development process is a proven, tested exercise that produces sound policy, educated Farm Bureau members and improved, trusted relationships with a variety of stakeholders, including local, state and national elected officials and agency personnel and others. Farm Bureau's policy development process is a hands on, unique experience anchored in tradition and success.
Farm Bureau Policy is developed in two ways, through . . .
- County Farm Bureau Annual Business Meetings
- Policy Issues Research Committees (PIRCs)
Have a concern? Use the following format below to submit a state or national issue to the State Farm Bureau Office for consideration.
Please indicate a brief description of the issue of concern. Do not attempt to explain in detailed language. Please categorize as one of the following:
- Natural Resources
- Agricultural Marketing, Research and Regulatory Functions
- Monetary and Tax
- Law Enforcement
- Labor Relations
For questions regarding public policy contact Wade Garrett, VP--Strategic Relationships & Public Policy, 435-660-9292 or email@example.com.