The Big Island Farm Bureau (BIFB) is a Multi-County 501c5 Non-Profit Farm Bureau representing agriculture on Hawaii Island. Our mission is to be the "Voice of Agriculture" by promoting, representing & protecting agriculture on Hawaii Island. We are affiliated with the Hawaii Farm Bureau Federation. We are self supporting through projects, events & our social enterprise project Hawaii AgVentures; Membership fees are not charged for our services/programs.
The American Farm Bureau Federation today released its 2018 strategic action plan goals. The goals, which identify the organization’s top public policy issues for 2018, were approved last week in Nashville by the AFBF Board of Directors following delegate action during the organization’s 99th annual convention.
USDA’s Jan. 12 Crop Production report confirmed what we’ve known all along: The U.S. produced several monster crops in 2017. For the 2017/18 marketing year production of corn is the second highest on record at 14.6 billion bushels, soybean production is record-high at 4.4 billion bushels, and cotton production is the fourth highest on record at 21.3 million […]