Welcome to the
DuPage County Farm Bureau®
Our mission is to "Promote agriculture through educational and informational programming to enhance the quality of life for our members, while preserving our agricultural heritage."
DuPage County Farm Bureau® is a 501(c)(5), not-for-profit, individual membership association through which farm people can work together and cooperate with others to strengthen agriculture's role and influence as a vital part of a strong, prosperous economy in a free America.
The organization was established in DuPage County, Illinois in 1913, and is one of the oldest, local, agricultural associations of its kind in the United States. DuPage County Farm Bureau® members are also members of the Illinois Farm Bureau® which is a member of the American Farm Bureau Federation®.
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DuPage County Farm Bureau is an official 2014 'Toys for Tots' Drop Off Site
October 20-December 2, 2014
The DuPage County Farm Bureau is teaming up with Toys for Tots to help deliver hope this 2014 season. Now, more than ever, Toys for Tots needs your assistance to provide Christmas to DuPage County's most needy children. On October 20, we will begin collecting new and unwrapped toys, as well as donations to purchase toys that go to children in DuPage County.
- We only accept new, unwrapped toys for infants to age 14.
- Please NO stuffed animals or realistic toy weapons.
Donations can be dropped off at our office Monday through Friday, from 8:30am to 5:00pm. Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions. Questions can be answered by calling 630.668.8161. You can also e-mail your questions to Jenny (DCFB Membership Coordinator) at firstname.lastname@example.org, or Rachel (DCFB Ag in the Classroom Coordinator) at email@example.com.
New Benefit for Illinois Farm Bureau Members: Polaris Incentive Program
Beginning November 1, 2014, a new utility vehicle incentive program with Polaris will officially launch for Illinois Farm Bureau members. Members will receive $200 off all full size all-terrain vehicles (ATV), $300 off all full size utility and sports vehicles (UTV), and $300 off all GEM electric vehicles.
The Farm Bureau discount may be combined with all other discounts, promotions, rebates or offers, but the discount does not apply to Youth Models. To qualify for this new incentive program, members must have belonged to Farm Bureau for a minimum of thirty (30) days. Eligible members must provide a valid member verification certificate to participating Polaris dealers prior to the date of delivery. Certificates may be obtained at http://www.ilfb.org/get-involved/membership-benefits/farm-values/polaris.aspx
Also, for a limited time, Polaris® is offering a temporary incentive increase of $1000 on the Polaris® BRUTUS® UTV for Farm Bureau members!
Sign and Drive Ends Bond Card Offer
In August, Govenor Quinn signed a "Sign and Drive" law ending the practice of posting a driver's license as bail for traffic citations. Therefore, the Farm Bureau no longer offers bail bond cards as a member benefit. Previous law required a license to be posted as bail for certain traffic offenses. Now, a motorist's signature on the citation acts as a guarantee of compliance with the terms of citation.
Women's Committee/AITC Meeting ~ 9:30 a.m.
Meat Gift Box Order Deadline
December 6 - 9
IFB Annual Meeting ~ Palmer House in Chicago
Holiday Meat Pick-up ~ 10 am - 4 pm
DCFB Christmas Party ~ 6:30 pm
DCFB Board Meeting ~ 7:00 pm
December 24 - 26
DCFB Office Closed for Christmas Holidays
DCFB Office Closed for New Year's Eve
January 1, 2015
DCFB Office Closed for New Year's Day
Women's Committee/AITC Meeting ~ 9:30 am
January 11 - 14
AFBF Annual Meeting ~ San Diego, CA
Farm Bureau Foundation Scholarships