Farm Bureau Family
The Farm Bureau Family is made up of farmers, ranchers, veterinarians, teachers, retailers, grocers, gardeners, doctors, tradesmen, civil servants, scientists, and more. Our members represent all of agriculture, not just a single crop or commodity. And they represent all of Colorado. There is a Farm Bureau member in every county in the state.
A Collective Effort
The Colorado Farm Bureau provides an organization in which members may secure the benefits of a united front, in a way which could never be accomplished through individual effort. Members work together to identify common problems and create solutions for the betterment of all. Involvement in Farm Bureau is the embodiment of civic engagement and a pure expression of our first amendment rights.
Farm Bureau is truly a bottom-up organization. It provides the opportunity for members to gather at the county level, discuss their concerns, and develop ways to resolve their problems. The members make final decisions regarding the policy direction of the organization on issues such as property rights, taxes, water rights, regulations, use of public lands, the environment, food and nutrition, education, international trade, transportation, energy and many others.