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Connecticut Farm Bureau

  • A nonprofit organization offering legislative advocacy on behalf of Connecticut’s agricultural workers
  • Resources and member benefits
  • For new and established agricultural businesses


A statewide nonprofit organization with a volunteer board of directors, the Connecticut Farm Bureau works with eight county bureaus to promote and advocate for agricultural enterprises in the state. CFB’s activities include legislative advocacy, networking opportunities, and member programs. It was established in 1919, four years after the first county farm bureaus were established in Fairfield and Litchfield Counties.

Who’s it for?

New and established agricultural businesses.


To elevate the stature of agriculture in our state. Through education, market promotion and legislative advocacy, we strive to increase farm income and to improve the quality of life not only for Connecticut farmers, but also for their consumers.

Resources & Services

Legislative Advocacy

CFB advocates for state-level legislation and regulations that benefit Connecticut’s agricultural community. The group also offers advocacy at the local and federal level.


The CFB website offers a portal for numerous frequently used agricultural resources in Connecticut, as well as information on issues such as emergency preparedness, food safety, labor laws, starting a farm, and retirement planning.

Member Benefits

CFB members enjoy a variety of discounts on products and services, including insurance, credit card processing, vehicles, equipment, fuel, and electronics.


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