Nevada Farm Bureau is a grassroots organization. Farmers and ranchers in each county throughout the state have the opportunity to discuss issues that are facing agriculture in their respective communities. Through the annual policy development process, members can draft policy recommendations to be presented for further consideration. Each fall, county leaders from all over the state elect delegates to represent their counties. These delegates vote on the policy recommendations brought forth for Farm Bureau policy.
Those resolutions that are approved by the voting delegate body are adopted in the Nevada Farm Bureau Policy Book. NVFB Leadership uses this book to represent the interests of Nevada agriculture in various areas where public policy is addressed, including local, state and federal agencies as well as in legislative discussions. Farm Bureau is one of the most powerful lobbying organizations in our country and works hard to represent the voice of agriculture in every region, state, county, and town.
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To become involved in the policy development process, or to get connected to your local, county Farm Bureau, contact the Nevada Farm Bureau state office. 775.674.4000 or email@example.com
Nevada Farm Bureau Policy
The following policy positions were approved by Voting Delegates at the 2016 Nevada Farm Bureau Annual Meeting.
2017 Nevada Farm Bureau Policy Book
American Farm Bureau Policy
The following policies were approved by the Delegates to the 97th AFBF Annual Meeting held in January 2016.
2016 AFBF Policy Book
Policy Development Calendar
- August-October 2016: County PD Meetings
- Friday, October 21, 2016: Final day to submit county policy recommendations to State Office (e-mail version or hard copy)
- October 25, 2016: State Resolutions Committee Meeting
- November 14-16, 2016: Nevada Farm Bureau Annual Meeting