Indiana Farm Bureau is the largest grassroots advocacy organization in the state for farmers and agriculture. With headquarters in Indianapolis, we also have a presence in all 92 Indiana counties, making it possible to assist farmers and others
involved in agriculture where they live and work.
County Farm Bureaus are uniquely qualified to understand the needs of their local communities and are able to bring in expert resources to help as needed. They also provide avenues of engagement for members and their families through seminars, networking
events and committee involvement.
At Indiana Farm Bureau, the term "grassroots" means something. Policy development on local, state and national issues begins in each county. The final voting on issues takes place at annual delegate sessions with participation from all counties in Indiana. Learn more about policy development.