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Farm Bureau Membership Frequently Asked Questions

 


Is Farm Bureau just for farmers?

Anyone can join Farm Bureau. Minnesota Farm Bureau is working for Minnesota’s farmers, strengthening our rural communities, investing in Minnesota’s future and promoting quality health care. These efforts involve and benefit all Minnesotans. A Farm Bureau membership also includes discounts and other benefits that offer value to Minnesotans in all walks of life. Becoming a member is a simple, yet powerful, way to put your support squarely behind the wholesome farm families who grow and raise your food, fuel and fiber.


Isn't Farm Bureau an insurance company?

Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation is a grassroots advocacy organization. Farm Bureau Financial Services is a separate entity and is one of many valuable benefits available to Farm Bureau members.


Why should I be a Farm Bureau member?

Whether you are a Farm Bureau member or not, our work touches you in many ways. But as a member, you have an opportunity to reap much more. Farm Bureau benefits are as diverse as our membership, but we are committed to supporting and protecting the farm families that produce our food, fiber and energy.

We do that through our strong advocacy work at the local, state and national level on issues ranging from property taxes and school infrastructure to environmental regulations and renewable fuels. What matters to you, matters to us.

We also provide leadership opportunities for our members, including at the county and state level and involvement in the Young Farmers & Ranchers program.

Finally, members also have the opportunity to be involved in strengthening Farm Bureau's profile, engaging with people promoting Minnesota farmers, families and food.

A Farm Bureau membership also includes discounts and other benefits that offer value to Minnesotans in all walks of life.


What does a Farm Bureau membership cost?

Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation is made up of 87 county or regional Farm Bureau organizations. Because of this, each county or regional Farm Bureau determines the dues amount for their organization. See the table below for what a membership will cost in your county. To contact each county individually, click here.

County Dues     3-year Dues
Aitkin-Carlton $60  
Anoka $65 $180
Becker $55 $160
Beltrami $60  
Benton/Mille Lacs $60 $180
Big Stone $55  
Blue Earth $65  
Brown $65 $195
Carver $70 $200
Cass $75 $195
Chippewa $70 $210
Chisago $75 $210
Clay $55  
Headwaters Regional
(Clearwater, Hubbard)
$60 $180
Cottonwood $75 $210
Crow Wing $70 $195
Dakota $55 $165
Dodge $80  
Douglas $60  
Faribault $75  
Fillmore $75  
Freeborn $75  
Goodhue $75 $210
Grant $70  
Hennepin $55  
Houston $65  
Arrowhead Regional
(Cook, Itasca, Lake, St. Louis)
$60  
Jackson $65  
Kanabec-Isanti $55  
Kandiyohi $60 $180
Kittson $60 $175
Koochiching $58  
Lac qui Parle $65  
Lake of the Woods $80  
Le Sueur $75 $225
Lincoln $65 $190
Lyon $70  
Mahnomen $65 $165
Martin $70  
McLeod $60  
Meeker $65 $175
Morrison $75  
Mower $75 $225
Murray $65 $185
Nicollet $70  
Nobles $70 $200
Norman $55  
Olmsted $80  
W. Otter Tail $70 $210
E. Otter Tail $55  
Pine $55  
Pipestone $65  
W. Polk $60 $165
E. Polk $60  
Pope $70  
Redwood $65 $195
Renville $65 $170
Rice $55 $165
Rock $65 $185
Northwest Regional
(Marshall, Pennington, Roseau)
$58  
Scott $60  
Sherburne $47  
Sibley $70 $210
Stearns $58 $174
Steele $70  
Stevens $55  
Swift $80 $225
Todd $60 $174
Traverse $75  
Wabasha $85  
Wadena $59  
Waseca $65  
Washington-Ramsey $55 $165
Watonwan $75 $225
Wilkin $65 $180
Winona $70  
Wright $55 $150
Yellow Medicine $70  
 

How do I become a member?