Crawford, Marion, Morrow and Richland Farm Bureau Policy Development Response Form

Each County Farm Bureau votes on policy annually. This policy helps set the agenda of the program and advocacy efforts of the organization. Fundamentally Farm Bureau is all about security--family security, community security and food security. What issues do you think should be focused on to achieve security in these areas? Please take a few minutes to let us know what policy issues are important to you. All responses will be kept confidential. For your convenience we've allowed input for up to 5 issues. For each response you provide, please indicate if it is a local, state or federal issue in the preceding question. These responses will be reviewed by the individual county policy development committees, who will then provide policy resolutions to the membership at the annual meeting. Those approved will go on to the State and they may move on to the American Farm Bureau Federation.
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Policy Suggestion Section

Please fill out your suggestion's below. If you have more than 5, simply submit another form. Also, be as specific and elaborate as best you can so the committee best understands your intent. Good policy example - We encourage school districts to provide line item funding for ag related programming, particularly in city schools. Poor policy example - We encourage youth to be involved in the agricultural community. Good policy example - We support increasing funding in the farm bill for conservation programs, such as CRP, WHIP and EQIP. Poor policy example - We support the farm bill.

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