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For more than 100 years, Indiana Farm Bureau has served as the voice of the agriculture industry in Indiana and has advocated for farmers’ individual rights, keeping agriculture thriving in the Hoosier state. More than 260,000 members take part in the many programs, services, events and member benefits offered by Indiana Farm Bureau.

Membership is $32.50 per year and dues directly support Farm Bureau’s priority issues, including advocacy, education, youth development and programming. To learn more about Indiana Farm Bureau or to become a member, visit

New program offers health benefits to members

For several years, Indiana Farm Bureau has heard from its members that rising health care costs are impacting the financial stability of the family farm. But now, Indiana Farm Bureau will soon be offering its members access to more affordable health care options.

Indiana Farm Bureau Health Plans will benefit members in all 92 counties who do not have access to group insurance plans or who work somewhere primarily for health benefits.

Sign up for the new INFB Health Plans will begin October 1, 2020 with health benefits taking effect Jan. 1, 2021. You must be an Indiana Farm Bureau member for at least 30 days to be eligible to apply.

The new program will offer three kinds of plans to members. For more information, or to become a member, visit

Mental Health Resources Now Available on INFB Website

There’s so much to love about farm life, but farming also comes with a unique set of stressors and during hard times, it’s not uncommon to feel alone and anxious. Today’s farmers and agribusiness professionals are faced with trade wars, natural disasters, changing weather patterns, declining commodity prices, labor shortages and more.

At INFB, we’re focused on supporting the wellbeing of each member of the state’s agriculture industry. This includes connecting you with resources to help deal with stress and anxiety and advice for helping colleagues, neighbors, friends or family do the same. INFB’s new Hoosier Rural Resilience webpage is your resource for support. Access it at

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