Stanislaus County Farm Bureau offers a number of programs to members and to the entire community to help promote and protect agriculture. Here are just a few of the programs. If you are interested in learning more contact Stanislaus Farm Bureau today.
Young Farmers & Ranchers
Young Farmers and Ranchers is a subcommittee of Farm Bureau for people between the ages of 18 and 35 and are involved in banking, business, production and many other areas of the agricultural industry.
A grassroots program that engages the agriculture community in the public process. FARM TEAM makes taking action easy! As a web-based program, you will receive e-mail Action Alerts that allow you to send letters and participate in activities that protect family farms and ranches. It's as easy as clicking your mouse and typing your name. Once you're signed up the rest is easy!
Paving the future for agriculture
Stanislaus County Farm Bureau and its Young Farmers & Ranchers (YF&R) committee is dedicated to helping build new leadership in Farm Bureau and agriculture, and as part of our efforts offer educational scholarships to ongoing agricultural majors at Modesto Junior College.
Stanislaus County Fair
10 days of Ag fun!
The Stanislaus County Farm Bureau has a long history of active participation at the Stanislaus County Fair. Stanislaus Farm Bureau and Stanislaus Farm Supply are a partner at the Junior Livestock Auction. You can also see Board Members passing out bottled water on those hot sale days to members of the community.
Ag EdVenture Day
Held in October at the Stanislaus Fairgrounds in Turlock, this event is for the third graders in Turlock School District. The day is a FREE field trip for all of Turlock City Schools to experience agriculture up close.
Ag in the Classroom
Reaching out to children during school tours and going out to schools, Stanislaus County Farm Bureau's Ag in the Classroom teaches children where their food and fiber comes from and the importance of agriculture in their lives. Call the Farm Bureau today to schedule a visit in the classroom or a presenter at your local Ag Day. There are many resources available at the Farm Bureau, for both teachers and students.