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Being part of the California Farm Bureau means adding to the combined strength of a membership that includes nearly 29,000 farmers, ranchers and families throughout the agricultural community. Together, we work tirelessly to advocate and protect the future and quality of life for all California farmers and ranchers.
Join us in standing up for California’s farmers and ranchers!
Being a member pays off. Enjoy discounts and special pricing from major business and agricultural partners.
Add your voice to the combined strength of nearly 29,000 farmers, ranchers and families throughout the agricultural community to advance agricultural interests for the greater good.
Help support the future of California agriculture and ensure high quality, locally grown food for tomorrow.
Take the next step towards a successful future in agriculture and continue the tradition of representing farmers and ranchers across California.
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