MADISON — Wisconsin’s 61 county Farm Bureaus will hold their county annual meetings starting in mid-August through the end of October.
County Farm Bureau members are encouraged to attend their county annual meeting to help create policy resolutions and vote in elections for county board directors. Attendees also will select the voting delegates who will represent the county at the WFBF Annual Meeting in Wisconsin Dells, December 4-6.
As a grassroots organization, Wisconsin Farm Bureau’s members on the county level set the policy goals of the state’s leading farm organization. Farm Bureau is often asked to get involved in issues affecting production agriculture and rural communities in Madison and Washington, D.C.
To see a full list of the county Farm Bureau annual meetings, please visit the Farm Bureau Events Calendar at wfbf.com/events/farm-events-calendar.
Made up of 61 county Farm Bureaus, the Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation is the state’s largest general farm organization representing farms of every size, commodity and management style.
— Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation
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