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We are the Sunshine State's largest general agricultural organization with more than 147,000 member-families representing Farm Bureaus in 60 counties.

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#TBT Fair season has begun! What's your favorite fair memory?
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📷 : Michael Neu
Today is #NationalIndianPuddingDay Have you ever tried this traditional dish?⠀
#TuesdayTrivia
Are your holiday plans taking you on the road? Remember to use your Farm Bureau Choice Hotels discount to save up to 20% on your hotel stay! Visit the link in our bio to find your room today! #FarmBureau #MemberBenefitMonday
#InSeasonSaturday Florida peanuts are in season from January to November! Read more about #Peanuts http://bit.ly/2AVyVaR
Welcome to the Home Office 2018-2020 Young Farmers & Ranchers Leadership Team!! #FarmBureau #YFR
The steer stare.
#TBT The field work never ends when your job is to feed the world.
Two contestants from both the @uflorida and @warner_university competed in the final four round of the collegiate discussion meet. 
From the University of Florida, Victoria Harris and William Donaghy.
From Warner University, Trace Foreman and Anna Conrad.

The Florida Farm Bureau Collegiate Discussion Meet winner that will represent Florida at the AFBF Collegiate Discussion Meet is William Donaghy from UF!

Congratulations to all four of our finalists for their hard work!
"Adopt the pace of nature, her secret is patience." - Ralph Waldo Emerson #MondayMotivation⠀
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📷 : Debbie Williamson, Alachua County
#TBT The years following World War II saw a transformation in aviation from military use to civil, commercial and, notably, agricultural applications. Agriculture has long been the foundation of Florida’s economy, and in the post-war era, a key technological advancement began to emerge within the industry: aerial agriculture.
The face you make when you realize you won a new @Ford truck! Congratulations to our Achievement in Agriculture Award winners Adam and Ashley Cook of Gilchrist County.