MFBF Advisory Committees
The Massachusetts Farm Bureau Federation (MFBF) has several committees which advise the organization’s Board of Directors on specific subject matters pertinent to MFBF activities and interests. The idea behind committees is to have subject matter experts spend time reviewing topics and issues and then make recommendations to the Board of Directors. Below is a list of the committees and their purposes.
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The Equine Committee is involved with sending recommendations to MFBF’s Board of Directors on equine policy and industry issues.Read More
The Legislative Committee is Farm Bureau Members appointed by all the commodity groups in Massachusetts.Read More
The Livestock Committee identifies issues and challenges relevant to Massachusetts livestock operations and makes recommendations to set animal welfare standards.Read More
The Membership Committee makes recommendations to MFBF’s Board of Directors about membership goals, campaigns, and incentive programs.
The Promotion & Education Committee fills an important role in bridging the gap between farmers and consumers.Read More
The Resolutions Committee meets one time a year, following the County Annual Meetings, to review and make recommendations on the resolutions for the MFBF delegate body.
The Revenue Committee is involved with sending recommendations to MFBF’s Board of Directors concerning new ideas for generating revenue for the organization.
The Young Farmers & Ranchers (YF&R) Committee is made up of Farm Bureau members between the ages of 16-35 who are engaged in agriculture or in the equine industry.Read More