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Indiana Farm Bureau moves to 130 East Washington Street.
Membership passes the 100,000 mark.
Indiana Farm Bureau succeeds in getting a law passed which establishes a school of veterinary medicine at Purdue University.
Lois Gross is appointed state chair of the Women's Committee and second vice president of Indiana Farm Bureau.
George Doup becomes president of Indiana Farm Bureau.
Indiana Rural Youth’s membership peaks at 4,024.
Vehicle Safety Legislation passes in the Statehouse.
Indiana Farm Bureau celebrates its 50th anniversary.
Indiana Farm Bureau’s Young Farmer program is formed.
Indiana Farm Bureau’s Young Farmer award, now known as Young Farmer Achievement Award, is created.
Governor Bowen presents his tax package at the Statehouse.
Land Use Planning Act of 1973 fails in the US House of Representatives.
Marion Stackhouse becomes president of Indiana Farm Bureau.
Indiana Farm Bureau tops 250,000 members.
Judith Carley is hired as director of the Women's Department.
Carolyn Hegel is named Indiana Farm Bureau’s second vice president and chair of the State Women's Committee.
The Indiana Right to Farm Statute is enacted following push by Indiana Farm Bureau.
Farming the Classroom, (known today as Ag in the Classroom), is launched.
Indiana Farm Bureau establishes a political action committee, or PAC: “Indiana Farm Bureau ELECT.”