Celebrating 100 years of excellent service to members across Colorado, the Colorado Farm Bureau is poised and ready for 100 more years of prosperity as the state’s largest agricultural organization.
“We’re looking to the future, focusing on changing with the agriculture industry, and doing our best to help farmers, ranchers and producers thrive and meet the unique challenges of today,” says Shawn Martini, vice president of advocacy for the Colorado Farm Bureau.
With a member in every county of the state comprising a total of nearly 25,000 individuals, the Colorado Farm Bureau provides an organization in which members may secure the benefits of a united front. Members make the final decisions regarding the policy direction of the organization on important issues such as property rights, food and nutrition, taxes, energy, and many others, and the Colorado Farm Bureau advocates for those decisions, supporting its members at both the state and national capitols as it works to make Colorado and the U.S. a better place for agriculture.
“The Colorado Farm Bureau has maintained a strong presence in the state’s agriculture industry for the past 100 years, and we’re only getting stronger,” Martini says. “We’re working closely with the broader business community as well as government officials and policymakers to ensure agriculture continues to have a seat at the table as we shape the future of Colorado and the nation.”
The Colorado Farm Bureau also includes a full-service, member-owned insurance company – the Colorado Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Co., the state’s leader in farm and ranch insurance – which has served members since 1950 by providing affordable business, auto, home, and life insurance products and services specifically designed to serve Colorado residents.
Interested in learning more? Visit coloradofarmbureau.com or call (303) 749-7500 for additional information about the Colorado Farm Bureau and get more details about the Colorado Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Co. at cfbinsurance.com.