The Power to Make a Difference!
Stark County Farm Bureau is 1 of 95 County Farm Bureaus in the state of Illinois that comprise the Illinois Farm Bureau. We are a not for profit corporation that has been speaking up for agriculture more than 90 years with committees such as Ag in the Classroom, Marketing, Membership, Legislative, Local Affairs, Primetimers, and Young Farmers.
Our goal is to fulfill the mission of the Illinois Farm Bureau to, "Improve the economic well-being of agriculture and enrich the quality of farm family life."
We offer local and statewide benefits, we serve as a voice for the agriculture industry, and we develop educational and social events for our members.
Be sure to stop by the office to get your tickets for this year's pedal tractor. A John Deere 4020 ERTL Pedal Tractor will be raffled off after the 2018 Stark County 4-H Fair. Tickets are $5 each or 3 for $10. All proceeds go to the Stark County Farm Bureau Foundation for the Ag in the Classroom program and local scholarships.
During Stark County Farm Bureau's Annual meeting, the board recognized farm bureau members who have been members for 50 years. Those recognized were Henry and Benola Bowdoin, Gerald and Mary Knobloch, Allan and Barbra Kraklow and Herman and Barbara Menken. Pictured are Allan and Barbra Kraklow with President Jamie Schaffer.
Established in October of 1919 by 585 farmers, Stark County Farm Bureau has had an exciting and bountiful past. The founding members believed in the mission of Farm Bureau and believed that the organization could provide invaluable programs and services to not only the members of the Stark County Farm Bureau, but also to the communities of Stark County. Today, located in Toulon, IL where we have been since December of 1967, we continue the legacy of our founding fathers through our programs, committees, and volunteers.