The goal of FB Advocacy is simple: Increase Farm Bureau's effectiveness and visibility as the national ADVOCATE for farmers and ranchers.
The strength of FB Advocacy is Farm Bureau members who unite to speak out on issues of concern for the nation’s farmers and ranchers, rural Americans and consumers
Beginning at the grassroots level and involving Farm Bureau members’ advocacy efforts across the country, all of agriculture speaks with one voice through FB Advocacy.
Tell President Trump and DOI Secretary Zinke about the impacts of the individual monument designation and the hardships posed on American agriculture and the rural economy. The U.S. Department of the Interior is conducting a review of National Monuments designated or expanded since 1996 under the Antiquities Act of 1906. AFBF encourages you to comment on the DOI review.
Estate taxes are a pressing problem for family-owned farms and ranches. Approximately 90 percent of farm and ranch assets are illiquid assets, such as land, buildings and equipment, which leaves few options when it comes to generating cash to pay an estate tax. A repeal of the death tax will allow the family business to continue without having to sell land, livestock or equipment to pay the taxes. Learn more about Estate Taxes.
Federal regulations have a direct impact on farmers and ranchers. Over the years, the extent and impact of regulations have increased. We have taken a stand against regulatory overreach. We need your help to reform the federal regulatory process and preserve farmers’ and ranchers’ land-use and water rights. Learn more about regulatory reform