Maine Farm Bureau to Have Table at 78th Annual Maine Agricultural Trades Show

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Maine Farm Bureau to Have Table at 78th Annual Maine Agricultural Trades Show

Maine’s leading grassroots agriculture organization to share member experiences.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                         

Austin Frederick
Director of Membership and Outreach
(207) 622-4111

Augusta, Maine – Maine Farm Bureau Association, the non-profit grassroots membership organization advocating for all agriculture in Maine, will be actively represented by its members at the 2019 Maine Agricultural Trades Show, January 15-17.

This year marks the return of the “Kitchen Table Conversations” series, where Farm Bureau members will be available to discuss Maine agriculture and the benefits of Farm Bureau membership.

Jim Buckle, President of Maine Farm Bureau, said “Anyone who is at the Trades Show and isn’t a member already should join. Farm Bureau supports all farmers, no matter the size or philosophy of their operation.”

The Agricultural Trades Show is open to the public. For more information, please visit

Founded in 1951, Maine Farm Bureau has a long history of fighting for farmers statewide. As a member-supported nongovernmental organization, Maine Farm Bureau serves as a gathering point for farmers and landowners, and is also the voice for those groups in legislative work.

Maine Farm Bureau at Ag Trades Show

Pictured: Maine Farm Bureau member and new Young Farmers & Ranchers Committee Chair Jacob Harris enjoying his time at Maine Farm Bureau table during the 2018 Agricultural Trades Show.