Who are Young Farmers & Ranchers?
Farm Bureau Young Farmers and Ranchers are active agriculturalists between the ages of 18 and 35 who are involved in production, banking, business and lots of other areas of the ag industry. Young Farmers and Ranchers develop leadership skills while volunteering time as active, vital members of the county Farm Bureaus.
As a member of Young Farmers and Ranchers your voice will join those of your peers to speak out for agriculture. As you develop your skills and knowledge, your efforts will help Farm Bureau to effectively represent all farmers and ranchers.
Our local YF&R chapter participates in numerous activities throughout the year, including social and educational activities (see the events list along the right side of this page).
California agriculture is the most diverse in the world, and as a result, public policy issues affecting our agriculture can be very complex. Farm Bureau needs young leaders like you to be involved in the legislative process. Young Farmers and Ranchers offers programs that give you that opportunity.
One aspect common to all Young Farmers and Ranchers activities is the opportunity to meet people. Whether you are participating on the county, state, or national level,there are others who share the same challenges and successes that you do. Social activities are where YF&Rs have fun and network at the same time!
How Do I Become Involved?
to find out more about Imperial County's Young Farmers & Ranchers chapter. Or submit an information request to receive materials in the mail.