Celebrating 100 Years of the Tennessee Farm Bureau

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has had a massive impact to all of us, in particular our most important industry – agriculture. We hope this page helps you navigate the issues that might arise on your farm.
Stay informed on issues and news impacting Tennessee and American agriculture, and learn more about what makes Tennessee Farm Bureau a 100 year strong organization.

Farm Bureau Leaders Advocating for Our Most Important Industry

In response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Tennessee General Assembly has limited access to the Cordell Hull Building in Nashville. Therefore, Tennessee Farm Bureau leaders are unable to visit and meet with lawmakers like they typically would, but that didn't stop county leadership from adapting.
It is imperative lawmakers hear from the agriculture community when making decisions in Nashville and Washington. We encourage you to share your story and take action on regulations and legislation affecting agriculture.
Our organization offers various programs for you to be involved with. From helping out at a local farm day to competing for the Young Farmer of the Year award to serving at the Ronald McDonald House, each volunteer member is integral to our reach across Tennessee.
Our goal is to provide a better way of life for rural Tennesseans and our members. As a valued member of our organization, you will find value again and again in our large network of discounts and offers available across the state and beyond.
Many of you think of us as an insurance company. No doubt, we are certainly proud of our insurance services, but do you know who we really are? We’re farmers.
Meet the Tennessee Farm Bureau leadership and staff working hard for Tennessee farmers and more than 675,000 members. Together, we are the “Voice of Tennessee agriculture.”
Anyone can be a member of Tennessee Farm Bureau. Join to support Tennessee agriculture and rural communities. Please let us know if you have any questions or comments. We are here to help.