Texas Farm Bureau
We're committed to providing a voice for farmers, ranchers, rural citizens and
everyone interested in preserving and protecting this way of life. The pages of
this site tell our story.
I look forward to addressing the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.
This site will remain dedicated to keeping members up-to-date on the latest
issues of concern to our livelihoods.
I remember my father telling me, "You need to be involved in Farm Bureau.
They’re a very good tool." I heeded his advice and, with the strength of over
400,000 members, know that others share this same sentiment. Together, we can
provide America with safe and wholesome food. Reap the benefits of
becoming another voice for Texas
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The modern Texas Farm Bureau was founded in 1933, and grew from a fledgling
organization to one of the largest groups of farmers, ranchers and rural
families in the world. TFB is totally controlled by its members and financed by
voluntary dues. Service companies were developed to serve members' interests,
and today, members enjoy the dual benefits of political representation and solid
One of Farm Bureau's most important principles is that of grassroots policy
development. Policies always originate at the member level and are debated and
adopted at the county, state and national levels. Legislative staffs in Austin
and Washington, D.C. work to implement Farm Bureau policy and keep lawmakers
informed on agricultural and rural issues.