A New Start

March 25, 1919

Indiana Federation of Farmers’ Associations is formed.

At its first meeting, the Indiana Federation of Farmers’ Associations creates an organization to protect the interests of farmers by education, legislation and other honorable means to promote the largest good for all people. The group meets in Room 369 of the Claypool Hotel in Indianapolis.

The organization elects John G. Brown as the first president of the new federation as well as 10 men from across the state to serve as the first board of directors.

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