Did you know...

  • Compared to other expenses facing America’s families, food is a
    bargain. Americans have earned enough wages to pay for their
    yearly food supply by mid-February, yet Americans work until mid-
    April to earn enough wages to pay for their taxes.

  • Today, 98 percent of U.S. farms are operated by individuals,
    family partnerships or family corporations.

  • Americans enjoy the luxury of spending just 10% of their
    disposable income on food. Whereas, in nations like Pakistan
    people spend 50% or more of their disposable income just to feed
    their family.

  • America’s farmers and ranchers are committed to producing safe,
    abundant and healthy food each year. One farmer produces
    enough food to feed 155 men, women and children.

  • More than twenty – one million American workers produce,
    process, sell and trade the nation’s food and fiber.
Farm Bureau Events...

Food Check-Out Week
February 19-25, 2012

Farm Bureau News...
Marion County Farm Bureau to
give-away $500 in groceries!


Marion County
Board Contact

Mike Honeycutt

Norris Wade
Vice President

Raylee Honeycutt
Education &
Outreach Leader

Hannah Brescher

Steve Hamilton

Janelle Thompson
PR Coordinator

Katie Thomas
Young Farmers

Courtney Knupp
Young Farmers


Marion County Indiana Farm Bureau (c) 2011. All rights reserved.
Marion County Farm Bureau to give $1,000 scholarship
in honor of former president, Stanley Smith.

Stanley Smith was born on March 12, 1923 and grew up on a farm in Decatur County, IN. He
owned a farm and raised livestock in Marion County starting in 1960. Stanley retired from
Harvester after 32 years. He was on the Marion County Fair Board for 10 years and the director of
the fair Cattle Department for 14 years. Stanley was a Marion County Farm Bureau member since
1976. He served as Marion County Farm Bureau president for 12 years & Franklin Township Farm
Bureau president for 15 years. He also served on the Marion Soil & Water Board for 9 years.
Stanley had a passion for helping his children and grandchildren show livestock in 4-H and
biding on the animals at the 4-H Livestock Sale. Stanley passed away January 7, 2010.

Click here for the scholarship application.
Deadline has been extended to May 15, 2012