Wisconsin Farm Bureau communicates with members and the media through a variety of channels. Our website allows you to read online versions of our Annual Report, Policy Book and member magazine Farm Bureau’s Rural Route.
Stay Up to Date on Agriculture News with WFBF
Wisconsin Farm Bureau has a variety of agriculture news sources to keep members connected with the latest information. Whether you prefer to receive mail or email communication, there is something for everyone. You can scroll through the agricultural news archive to keep Wisconsin farmers and agriculturists up-to-date with the latest information.
Rural Route is WFBF’s member magazine. Rural Route is mailed six times each year (bi-monthly) to members. Rural Route focuses on news and updates about Farm Bureau programs and activities as well as relevant agriculture news. Check out the latest issue of Rural Route.
Agriculture News Delivered to Your Inbox
Subscribe to Ag Newswire – a weekly email newsletter that includes local, national and international headlines about farming and food. Each Friday, the latest and most relevant farm news will be delivered to your inbox. By subscribing to Ag Newswire, you will stay up-to-date on agricultural news relevant to your farm and gain insight into the latest happenings across the industry. Subscribe today.
Farming, Food and Farm Bureau Stories
Need a little light reading? Check out the stories shared on the WFBF blog. Members from across the state have written heart-warming stories about life on the farm, shared how policy changes have impacted their agricultural business or reflected on a learning opportunity through Farm Bureau. Explore each blog section or look through the latest featured posts to hear what our members have to say.
Agriculture News Inquiries
If you have questions or inquiries about an agriculture news story, complete the inquiry form and a WFBF staff person will follow up. Please provide as much detail as possible to aid WFBF staff in connecting you with the right person or group. WFBF is committed to serving as a voice for farmers on the issues that matter most.