Texas Farm Bureau unveils new website
A fresh new look at Texas agriculture is available on your desktop, tablet or mobile device with the launch of Texas Farm Bureau’s (TFB) new website. Captivating photos, timely news, membership benefits and more is available at the click of a button or the tap of a finger at texasfarmbureau.org.
“Texas agriculture has many stories to tell, and our newly launched website lets us do just that,” Gene Hall, TFB Public Relations director, said. “It engages both agricultural and consumer audiences for positive engagement and education.”
The fully responsive site is easy to navigate and establishes TFB as the go-to resource for agricultural advocacy, leadership and youth.
Grassroots efforts lead the organization, Hall noted, ensuring the more than 518,000 member-families have a voice online and on local, state and national levels. The site also helps farmers and ranchers address and navigate complex commodity issues and regulatory requirements.
The new TFB website emphasizes youth with agricultural activities in the classroom and community available online. There is information about scholarships and other opportunities for youth to increase their involvement in agriculture.
“Connect, share and engage is something Texas Farm Bureau has done since 1933,” TFB President Russell Boening said. “Our new website is an important tool to bring consumers together with farmers and ranchers and build lasting relationships.”
TFB’s new website also focuses on money-saving member benefits and services.
“TFB has flourished because of our members,” Hall said. “We strive to help enrich and strengthen communities—rural, urban and everywhere in between. This website brings all of that together in a powerful way.”