The August issue of The Hoosier Farmer included a special section designed to answer two questions:
- If you are already a member of Indiana Farm Bureau, what makes your membership valuable?
- Why should INFB members ask someone else to become a member?
The answer to question #1 is that your Farm Bureau membership entitles you to a wide array of benefits. Some of these are intangible, such as Farm Bureau’s lobbying efforts at the national, state and local level. Some are tangible, such as the discounts you can get with your Farm Bureau membership.
But as for the second question, one reason is that most who join Farm Bureau say they do so because somebody asked. Your personal contact will go much further than any piece of mail we could send. Ask your neighboring farmer, seed salesman, banker, fertilizer dealer, machinery dealer, crop consultant and your feed salesman to join.
See Find Your Voice: Farm Bureau Membership for more.