Membership

At more than 675,000 members strong, we have the power to make a significant impact. Join our membership and help us to create a better way of life for farmers and rural people of Tennessee.

Why become a Tennessee Farm Bureau member?

As a Tennessee Farm Bureau member, not only are you a part of the largest Farm Bureau in the nation, you also play a role in providing a better way of life for agriculture and rural Tennessee.

    • Policy: Membership supports our public policy division that works to provide help for members in areas such as private property rights, taxation, regulations and other legislative issues facing our membership.
    • Special Programs: As we understand the importance of education, our organization’s special programs division provides teachers with resources to help them educate their students about agriculture and where their food and fiber comes from.
    • Communications: Membership includes receiving our quarterly magazine – Tennessee Home and Farm, as well as our newspaper – Tennessee Farm Bureau News. As a member, you also support the efforts of the communications division to spread the positive story of agriculture.
    • Discounts & Benefits: To show appreciation to our members for helping us further these causes, we are proud to provide them with fully managed identity theft protection and a large network of discounts across the state and beyond. This could include $500 off your next Ford vehicle, 20% off Choice Hotels, savings on Enterprise vehicle rentals and discounts on food and entertainment near you.

How to become a Tennessee Farm Bureau member:

Want to become a Tennessee Farm Bureau member? It’s simple! Stop by your local Farm Bureau office to fill out a membership application. The cost of a family membership is $30 annually.

Need to renew your membership? You can easily pay online. We accept VISA, Mastercard, American Express, Discover, check cards and electronic checks.

Locate a County Farm Bureau Office:

We have county offices in all 95 counties across Tennessee. To become a member, we recommend calling or visiting a local office. Find one near you below.