Since the early days of the organization, Mendocino County Farm Bureau (MCFB) leaders and volunteers have participated in the organization doing for its members what no one person can do alone.
Efforts to form the organization started in 1917 in partnership with the Mendocino County Board of Supervisors and the University of California Cooperative Extension. The MCFB began its first official year in 1918 and then sent a local representative to help establish the statewide organization.
Today, MCFB remains strong and blessed with special people who give so generously of their time to keep fellow farmers and ranchers in the business of agriculture along with protecting the interests of rural area residents in Mendocino County. Farm Bureau members guide each step the organization takes through Farm Bureau’s policy development process. It is the local perspective that gives Farm Bureau the unified strength to represent the views of its members at both our state and national capitols.
Mendocino County Farm Bureau is a member of California Farm Bureau Federation, a statewide organization of farmers and ranchers with 53 member county Farm Bureau organizations covering 56 California counties.
Mendocino County Farm Bureau programs and services, unless otherwise indicated, are available only to members of Mendocino County Farm Bureau. The political and other positions expressed in these pages are those of Mendocino County Farm Bureau on various issues as they relate to Mendocino County.
California Farm Bureau Federation is a member of American Farm Bureau Federation, a national organization of farmers and ranchers with member state Farm Bureau organizations in all 50 states and Puerto Rico. The positions of the state Farm Bureau organization collectively are expressed through California Farm Bureau Federation. The positions of the national Farm Bureau organization collectively are expressed through American Farm Bureau Federation.