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Indiana Federation of Farmers’ Associations is formed.
Indiana Farm Bureau finds success in backing a law permitting interurban cars to haul livestock to the capital city and its terminal market.
Indiana Farm Bureau’s first president, John G. Brown calls a state meeting to outline a program for women in the federation.
The Indianapolis Producers’ Commission Agency is formed.
William H. Settle becomes president of Indiana Farm Bureau.
The S. and E. Committee, composed of 10 appointed district woman leaders, meets in Indianapolis and outlines a more extensive and definitive program.
Edna Sewell becomes the first woman elected to the Indiana Farm Bureau board of directors.
Indiana Farm Bureau Cooperative Association is created.
The S. and E. Committee becomes an official department of Indiana Farm Bureau.
Every bill sponsored by Indiana Farm Bureau passes in the legislative session, while every bill opposed is defeated.
A tax limitation law passes in the Statehouse.
Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance is formed.
Hassil E. Schenck becomes president of Indiana Farm Bureau.
The Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938, or farm bill, is enacted by Congress.
Indiana Rural Youth is founded.
15,000 Indiana Farm Bureau members march to the Statehouse to successfully save the Gross Income Tax from repeal.
Indiana Farm Bureau recommends the consolidation of rural schools.