Farm Bureau

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The Farm Bureau (officially the American Farm Bureau Federation) is a large, powerful, mostly conservative organization of American farmers.

Membership in Grange and rival farm organizations, 1875-1960. From Tontz (1964) p. 146

See also

Further reading

  • Campbell, Christiana McFadyen. The Farm Bureau and the New Deal: a study of making of national farm policy(1962) 215pp
  • Kile, Orville Merton. The Farm Bureau through three decades‎ (1948) 416 pp.
  • Lacey, John J. Farm Bureau in Illinois: history of Illinois Farm Bureau‎ (1965) 464pp
  • Tontz, Robert L. "Memberships of General Farmers' Organizations, United States, 1874-1960," Agricultural History, Vol. 38, No. 3 (Jul., 1964), pp. 143–156 in JSTOR statistical tables showing membership in the Farm Bureau and other farm organizations by date and state and region