why join the farm bureau?

Farmers, ranchers, and landowners benefit from Farm Bureau by unifying their voice on local, state, and national issues. Your agricultural membership is working everyday with over 100 lobbyist, attorneys, and technical staff at the local, state, and national levels; working for you, representing the issues that are important to your bottom line.

You do not have to be a farmer or rancher to be a member of Farm Bureau. If you believe that food is important, and you care about food quality and where it comes from, you should join Farm Bureau as an associate member. By joining, you show that you care about the land, water, the environment, and locally grown food. We offer amazing benefits. Join today to start showing your support and start saving!

 

Your membership entitles you to a wide variety of member benefits and discount programs. Each membership is for the individual and their spouse only.  Start shopping today and learn how to save money with your Farm Bureau membership. 

membership levels

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Agricultural Members

All agricultural members receive weekly issues of AgAlert®, our bi-weekly Hotwire e-newsletter, bi-monthly Bulletin publication, CA FB's State & Federal Policy e-updates, invites to Ag events,  access to discounts exclusive to Farm Bureau agricultural members and voting privileges.

Agricultural Producer

An Agricultural Producer membership is available for those who receive income from production agriculture or lease land for farming or ranching.

Ag Producer Membership is $250

An Agricultural Professional membership is available for those who receive an income by professionally supporting the agriculture industry including banking, agribusiness, and other related sectors. 

Ag Professional Membership is $175

Agricultural Professional

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business members

All agricultural business members receive weekly issues of AgAlert®, our bi-weekly Hotwire e-newsletter, bi-monthly Bulletin publication, CA FB's State & Federal Policy e-updates, invites to Ag events, access to discounts exclusive to Farm Bureau agricultural members and voting privileges. Businesses are listed in our Directory, have access to advertising discounts and exclusive business member events.

Standard Business

Businesses who serve the agricultural industry and rural communities or farms/wineries open to the public with direct retail sales/services that want to be listed in the Business Directory.

Standard Business Membership is $300 

Businesses, including agricultural producers, who wish to have multiple memberships under the same company. The primary member will have the business membership for the directory.  Includes three additional agricultural memberships for employees or family members.

Elite Business Membership is $1200

Elite Business

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associate members

All associate members receive bi-monthly issues of California Bountiful®, our monthly Hotwire e-newsletter, bi-monthly Bulletin publication, and access to discounts exclusive to Farm Bureau members.

Friend of Farmer

Members who do NOT receive income from agriculture, yet still wish to support the agriculture and farming industry.

Associate Membership is $85

Members who do NOT receive income from agriculture yet live in the rural communities and are looking to protect their rural lifestyle and way of life. Includes access to the Ferrellgas discount program.

Rural Residential Membership is $125

Rural Residential

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collegiate members

Young people between the ages of 16 – 24 interested in agriculture, pursuing a higher education in agriculture, or simply have a passion for farming and ranching can join as a Collegiate Member. This membership provides access to Ag Alert online plus networking opportunities for scholarships, internship contacts, local and state events, and the Young Farmers & Ranchers program. This level of membership does not provide access to the benefit and discount programs.

Collegiate Membership is $25

how to join/renew

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Whether you grow cherries that are shipped to Japan, squash for the Farmers Market, or are one of the 1.5 million Sacramento County consumers of the food, fiber, or foliage we produce, you have a stake in the future of Sacramento’s farms and ranches.

With more than 150 different commodities produced in Sacramento County, Farm Bureau is committed to helping consumers understand where their food comes from, the challenges associated with producing a safe, affordable food supply, and ensuring consumer confidence in California-grown products.