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Indiana Federation of Farmers’ Associations is formed.
The State Women's Committee changes the name of their annual contest from Farm Wife of the Year to Farm Woman of Achievement.
Harry Pearson becomes president of Indiana Farm Bureau.
Indiana Rural Youth/Young Adults celebrates 50 years.
The State Women's Committee establishes the Agricultural Cultural Exchange (ACE) Ambassador Program.
Indiana Rural Youth/Young Adults program comes to a close.
Indiana Farm Bureau moves into new building 225 S. East St.
Nonconforming Uses of Agricultural Land passes in Congress.
Don Villwock becomes president of Indiana Farm Bureau.
Indiana State Department of Agriculture is created following a request from Indiana Farm Bureau.
Indiana Ag Law Foundation is created.
Isabella Chism takes office as Indiana Farm Bureau’s 2nd vice president and chair of State Women’s Committee.
Purdue University becomes the first University in Indiana to establish a Collegiate Farm Bureau chapter.
State Women’s Committee becomes the Women’s Leadership Committee.
The title for district and county Woman Leaders is changed to district and county “Education and Outreach Coordinators.”
Randy Kron becomes president of Indiana Farm Bureau.
Following a push by Indiana Farm Bureau, Senate Bill 308 passes in the Indiana Statehouse.
Huntington University starts a Collegiate Farm Bureau chapter.