County Farm Bureaus
Pennsylvania’s 54 county Farm Bureaus are the foundation of our organization.
They lead efforts to advocate for agriculture on the local level, serve their communities and help the public learn about agriculture. County Farm Bureaus play a crucial role in determining what issues Farm Bureau will stand for or against. Policy positions are first voted upon by members at county Farm Bureau annual meetings before going on to be considered by delegates from across the state.
Each county Farm Bureau elects a Board of Directors and appoints key committees. Voting delegates representing each county Farm Bureau elect PFB’s State Board of Directors, president and vice president.