Announcements

Do you know someone the SCFB should honor at the annual meeting?
To download the nomination for click on the following link : Heritage and Distinguished Service award nomination form.pdf
 
Welcome to the Solano County Farm Bureau Webpage

The Farm Bureau is a grassroots membership, non-profit organization led by a volunteer Board of Directors who represent the commodities grown in our county.   It has an ongoing, close working relationship with the U. C. Cooperative Extension and Agricultural Commissioner. 

 Farm Bureau serves as a political arm of the farmer speaking out on local, state and national issues that affect the agricultural commodities we raise. We also promote education of our members and the community on agricultural-related issues.

 The purpose of Farm Bureau is to surface, analyze, and solve the problems of farmers, ranchers, and loggers — representing the needs and interests of all Solano County farming families. 

 
Take a Stand Against the Delta Tunnels Project

Reaching out to your state legislator is easy!

Just follow three simple steps:

  1. If you don’t know your state legislator, find your legislator http//deltatunnelsaction.com/find-your-legislator/.
  2. If you know your state legislator, or once you have found your legislator, fill out the form https://deltatunnelsaction.com/get-your-legislator-involved/
  3. Send the letter in to your legislator by clicking on the “Submit My Letter” button!
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To view the attachements to the comments submitted to the BDCP
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To read the comments submitted to the BDCP by the Delta Caucus
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California Farm Bureau Federation News

Wed, 12 Nov 2014 08:00:01 -0800

Water shortages influence orange outlook, Drought Monitor affects livestock ranchers, Marketplace connects schools with farmers, Trends look ahead to 2015

Wed, 05 Nov 2014 08:00:01 -0800

Rules aim to slow walnut theft, Commodity groups employ social media, Ranchers to discuss drought strategies, Mild nights affect coastal vegetables

Wed, 29 Oct 2014 08:00:01 -0700

Weather problems affect nut crops, U.S. may produce more pork than beef, New lettuce variety contains added nutrients, Research aims to head off rose disease

Wed, 22 Oct 2014 08:00:01 -0700

Tomato harvest will be plentiful, Researchers seek drought-tolerant beans, Biosensor checks olive oil quality, 'Sniffer dogs' may help fight plant disease

Wed, 15 Oct 2014 08:00:01 -0700

Drought affects agricultural tourism, Unmanned aircraft could help on farms, UC works with urban farmers, Chicken farm competes in entrepreneurship contest