Growing stronger every day, Missouri Farm Bureau (MFB) is the state’s most effective organization working to improve the quality of life for farmers, rural Missouri and all Missourians. An independent public opinion survey found MFB to be the state’s number one organization with a positive influence on public opinion.
Organized at the grassroots, MFB has an office in every county and a county organization run by local members. By joining, members become part of their county Farm Bureau, Missouri Farm Bureau and the American Farm Bureau Federation.
Organized in 1915, MFB has an impressive list of accomplishments including bringing better roads to rural Missouri, removing the state sales tax on farm machinery, limiting the growth of state taxes for all Missourians, reforming the state’s eminent domain laws, working to prevent unreasonable government regulations and much more. The positions and activities of MFB are determined by the thousands of Missourians who join to support MFB’s legislative and public policy activities.
MFB also provides exclusive member benefits that save its members millions of dollars each year. As a service to members, MFB provides quality auto, home and life insurance products and an array of discount brokerage services.
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BENEFITS AND SERVICES
The savings Missouri Farm Bureau offers are real. No gimmicks. And, most are only available to our members! It’s common for our member to literally save hundreds of dollars annually on vehicle purchases, hearing aids, prescriptions, hotels and more. Experience the difference!
VOICE FOR AGRICULTURE
All Missourians benefit, but more importantly, the American consumer enjoys the safest, most abundant, affordable food supply of any country in the world. This is due to the dedication of the American farmer and the efforts of Farm Bureau!
An average farmer saves about $3,000 annually with MFB’s efforts to remove the sales tax on farm machinery, limit the growth of farmland property taxes, reduce assessments on livestock as well as farm machinery and create tax incentives for value-added agriculture.