The Louisiana Farm Bureau Federation is the state’s largest general farm organization representing farmers, ranchers and rural residents. We are a private, non-profit, non-governmental agency established in 1922 to bring a voice to agricultural issues.
Through a unified voice, the Farm Bureau speaks on behalf of farmers and ranchers at the local, state and national levels.
By garnering input from farmers and ranchers on specific issues, Farm Bureau attempts to influence legislation and regulations that will enable Louisiana and American agriculture to feed a growing world.
The Louisiana Farm Bureau Federation is part of the American Farm Bureau Federation, established in 1919, and is today the nation’s largest general farm and ranch organization. The Louisiana Farm Bureau has a membership of nearly 143,000 and includes farmers, ranchers, rural residents, landowners, agricultural lenders and others who have a vested interest in the future and prosperity of Louisiana agriculture.
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The Louisiana Farm Bureau Federation gives farmers and ranchers a strong, unified voice in the world of politics. Our legislative team fights for farmers and ranchers, making sure your voices are heard loud and clear. But we can't do it alone. We need your help.
You can participate by signing up for Voter Voice. This will allow you to know when we need your help getting a good bill passed or a bad bill defeated in the state legislature. You will only be contacted when there is a need to contact your legislator about an urgent issue affecting agriculture.
We also keep you informed about legislative issues through our weekly Grassroots Government newsletter and video series. The newsletter will feature the latest video and links to news stories about the latest happenings at the State Capitol. During the legislative session, it will also contain a list of bills that affect agriculture and their current status in the legislative process.
Click the signup button, enter your information and get involved in your government.
The 2018 regular legislative session came to an end on Friday night with the budget being vetoed by Governor John Bel Edwards. According to LFBF Lobbyist Joe Mapes, this was a busy session for agriculture and will likely remain an important issue in the special session that begins this week.
Below are all of the events hosted by Louisiana and American Farm Bureaus. Click on the events below for more information, download brochures & forms, or to contact a member of the LFBF staff for more information.