Advocate for Agriculture
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Property Rights

Indiana Farm Bureau members believe in a competitive enterprise system in which property is privately managed and legally operated for profit and individual satisfaction. As such, the use of privately-owned property should not be restricted by law or regulation without just compensation paid to the landowners.

To ensure that new laws and regulations are fair and will not have adverse effects on our members’ private property rights, IFB staff and members carefully monitor new laws and regulations, submit comments regarding new regulations, and work closely with national and state executive agencies.

Contact Public Policy

 1.800.327-6287
 ppt@infb.org
 P.O. Box 1290 Indianapolis, IN 46206