About Us

McLean County Farm Bureau® is a not-for-profit, voluntary membership organization that provides benefits and services in 4 key areas:

Advocacy

  • Provides a voice for farmers & farmland owners on local issues 
  • Connects people to the farmers who grow their food.

Information

  • News & information via member publications: Messenger, FarmWeek, Partners & Local Link
  • Plus resources, programs & events to keep you in the know

Savings

  • Access to preferred rates for COUNTRY Financial 
  • More than 302,000 discounts at local businesses & nationwide!

Opportunities

  • Access to preferred rates for COUNTRY Financial 
  • More than 302,000 discounts at local businesses & nationwide!

Upcoming Events

  1. Industrial Hemp Forum

    June 25 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
  2. MCFB Foundation Golf Outing

    July 1 @ 9:30 am - 3:00 pm
  3. Office Closed – Happy Independence Day!

    July 4
  4. African Swine Fever Meeting

    July 10 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
  5. Young Leaders Night at the CornBelters

    July 25 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Mission Statement

McLean County Farm Bureau will strive to advocate for agriculture; recognize and respond to issues affecting our members; build effective partnerships within our communities; and promote the economic well-being of farm families and landowners engaged in production agriculture.

Affiliation with Illinois Farm Bureau & American Farm Bureau Federation

McLean County Farm Bureau® is affiliated with the Illinois Farm Bureau®. Illinois Farm Bureau® is a member of the American Farm Bureau Federation®, a national organization of farmers and ranchers including Farm Bureaus in all 50 states and Puerto Rico, and is responsible for Farm Bureau® membership and programs within Illinois.  FARM BUREAU® and FB® are registered service marks owned by the American Farm Bureau Federation. More information regarding the American Farm Bureau Federation can be found at www.fb.org.

About www.mcfb.org

McLean County Farm Bureau maintains its website www.mcfb.org as a resource for members and the community. Content is developed and maintained by staff members.

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