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Polaris program ends today

January 13th, 2017|

WASHINGTON, D.C., January 3, 2017 — Effective Jan. 13, 2017, the member benefit discount partnership between Farm Bureau and Polaris will end. “The program, which was launched in July 2014, has been a popular member benefit for Farm Bureau members,” said Tommy Beyea, American Farm Bureau Federation’s assistant director, member benefits. “We would like to [...]

Texans for Property Rights coalition meetings

October 26th, 2016|

Mason and surrounding counties Dec. 12, 2016 Mason   Lubbock and surrounding counties Dec. 7, 2016 Lubbock   Wichita and surrounding counties Dec. 5, 2016 Wichita Falls   Jefferson and surrounding counties Nov. 17, 2016 Beaumont   Bastrop and surrounding counties Nov. 15, 2016 Bastrop Angelina and surrounding counties Nov. 14, 2016 Lufkin Navarro and [...]

Bailey Scogin

May 23rd, 2016|

Lindsey Koening Honorary Scholarship Bailey Scogin Willacy County Farm Bureau Agriculture is personal to me. Growing up on the farm, I spent my summers helping with the harvest. I know the satisfaction of making a good crop and the disappointment of missing a crop. Most of all, I know the sense of personal fulfillment that growing [...]

Kenneth Miller

May 23rd, 2016|

Kenneth Miller Cameron County Farm Bureau As my family’s farm has entered into Organic Vegetable Crop Production, I have been fortunate to begin my future career in farm management and advocacy now in the form of an internship as I learn through observation, questioning and discussion on all matters. I want to ensure the voice of [...]

Aaron Gonzalez

May 23rd, 2016|

Aaron Gonzalez Hidalgo County Farm Bureau After completing my finance degree at Texas A&M University, I would like further my qualifications to become a Charter Financial Analyst (CFA). The duties of a CFA include evaluating investment purchases, monitoring investment portfolios, stock analysis, technical analysis and evaluating economic decisions. I know that financial advisors play such a [...]

Kailey Keach

May 23rd, 2016|

Kailey Keach Live Oak County Farm Bureau Living in a small town, I recognize the need for specific talents. My greatest goal is to help those physically who are in need. The need for physical therapists in small towns is critical. My interest in the field came about when my grandmother had a stroke. The nursing [...]

Austin Akin

May 23rd, 2016|

Don Sugarek Memorial Scholarship Austin Akin Wilson County Farm Bureau I have chosen a career in biomedical engineering because I wish to give people with health issues and disabilities the opportunity to live a better life through my work in medical technologies. People close to me have been plagued by cancer. As they prepare for the [...]

Cory Mabry

May 23rd, 2016|

Cory Mabry Calhoun County Farm Bureau My interest in dermatology has been spurred by multiple cases of skin cancer occurring in my family. During my father’s treatment for skin cancer on his face, I promised him I would pursue a field that would research cures for skin cancer so that no person would have to endure [...]

Kassidy Bego

May 23rd, 2016|

Kassidy Bego Goliad County Farm Bureau Since I was 9, I have been involved in food and nutrition projects through 4-H. Through these, I learned what each nutrient does for the human body. When I started raising animals for livestock shows, I realized that nutrients have the same impact on animals. I learned how certain nutrients [...]

Rayanne Muenich

May 23rd, 2016|

Rayanne Muenich Victoria County Farm Bureau As a young girl, I was always in the middle of helping doctor sick animals. I assisted in surgeries of my own animals and spent 72 hours shadowing a vet. I have vaccinated, wormed, docked tails, dehorned and castrated animals. I am also a Texas 4-H Livestock Ambassador, which has [...]