Fauquier County Farm Bureau

Fauquier County Farm Bureau Fauquier County Farm Bureau is a non profit organization run by a volunteer Board of Directors.

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Get to know the Virginia Farm Bureau Products Division. Follow them on Facebook for the latest on the top products you need for your home and farm.


Attention Hokies!!

This Saturday before the homecoming game come by Hokie Village any time from 9:00-11:30am for Celebrate Virginia Agriculture Day!

Our club as well as Block and Bridle and Dairy Club will have LOVE signs and be there to answer any questions you may have about Virginia Ag!

Swing by to learn about agriculture and to vote for our LOVE sign!


The Hay Bale Decorating Contest submission deadline is fast approaching. Don't forget to send your submission to [email protected] by November 1st!

Photos from Delegate Michael J. Webert's post

Photos from Delegate Michael J. Webert's post

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AND are two great reasons to celebrate the farmers who work to produce your favorite taco!

Thanks to everyone who attended the Fauquier Farm Bureau annual dinner meeting!  We had quite the turn out this year!

Thanks to everyone who attended the Fauquier Farm Bureau annual dinner meeting! We had quite the turn out this year!

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It’s National Farm Safety and Health Week! According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 45% of traffic fatalities occur in rural areas where only 19% of the population lives and only 30% of the total vehicle miles are traveled.


Teachers- register to win a vertical farming HYVE hydroponic system for your classroom/school! Register by September 30th to be entered in the drawing.
Enter here: https://bit.ly/hyvegiveaway

It’s that time of year again!  Follow the link for the application. Let’s see those awesome entries this year!

It’s that time of year again!
Follow the link for the application.
Let’s see those awesome entries this year!

The 2022 Hay Bale Decorating Contest is officially OPEN for submissions! See rules and application via the link below.

Submissions will be judged in 5 categories: Best Promotional - Ag business or commodity, Best Promotional - Community Spirit, Most Creative, Best Agricultural theme, and Best Agri-Business, FFA, 4-H, or School.

Winners will receive a cash award! The deadline for submissions is November 1, 2022.

Application & Brochure: https://bit.ly/2022HayBaleContest

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Agriculture is Virginia’s largest private industry by far, with nothing else coming a close second.

Farm Focus: Farmers Markets
Farm Focus: Farmers Markets

Farm Focus: Farmers Markets

Virginia has 280 farmers markets generating $4 billion and employing 20,000 farmers and vendors.


Sammy Leach, 2021-2022 State Sentinel

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Is your Ford truck picture-perfect? All entries will be entered into a random drawing for a chance to win great prizes. Visit http://ow.ly/rGrM50ICgGm for photo contest rules.


National Cheese Day 2022

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Spring planting is in full swing for Virginia farmers. Each field is filled with hope for sunshine, rain and all things needed for a safe, successful harvest.



Kathy Davis & Bradley Bishop have teamed up to present a one of a kind musical experience which is exciting, entertaining, and offers something for everyone! The innovative duo has drawn from their individual bluegrass, old time, and swing influences, to create something magical, while remaining tru...

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Photos from Fauquier County 4-H's post

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Need a UTV that isn’t slowed down by tough terrain? Buy a crossover utility vehicle from John Deere and knock $300 off the price tag with your Farm Bureau membership. Find your Rewards number at JohnDeere.com/FarmBureau, present it to your local dealer, and grab your Gator!

We want to thank everyone for the fantastic turn out at the Young Farmers Social!  A special thanks to our host Powers F...

We want to thank everyone for the fantastic turn out at the Young Farmers Social!
A special thanks to our host Powers Farm and Brewery as well as Graze to Griddle for the wonderful food!

Calling all Teachers! 👩‍🏫These seed kits are going fast! 🌱Go online to order yours now and be sure to check out all the ...

Calling all Teachers! 👩‍🏫
These seed kits are going fast! 🌱
Go online to order yours now and be sure to check out all the other free supplies offered!

Let us know if you order! We would love to follow your class's progress


This teacher and kid friendly web site provides educators and students with information, lesson plans, activities, and state contacts to increase agricultural literacy.

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Planting season is beginning for Virginia farmers. Rural road safety is a team effort.

For farmers operating on roads:
🚜Keep slow-moving vehicle signs maintained.
🚜Signal with lights before making turns.

For drivers on rural roads:
🚗Never pass in no-passing zones.
🚗Slow down and be patient.

For more, visit: http://ow.ly/2lS550Iwq5Q

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🖍️ It’s . Did you know one acre of soybeans can make 82,368 crayons? Get creative today, and support Virginia soybean farmers!

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Virginia has nearly 54,000 farmers and farm workers. We thank them for their continued dedication as they work each day to feed, fuel and clothe the world.


Governor Glenn Youngkin today announced that family-owned Hidden Pines Meat Processing, LLC in Madison County, Virginia will begin providing meat processing services to the region’s livestock producers. The company, which has been operating for more than twenty years, is expanding to year-round operations and adding USDA inspection services to meet surging consumer demand for locally produced meats.

This expansion will lead to the creation of at least seven new jobs, nearly $500,000 of new investment and enable the company to process over 1,100 locally raised beef cattle, hogs, lambs, and goats each year. The project is being incentivized through a $40,000 grant from the Governor’s Agriculture and Forestry Industries Development (AFID) Fund.

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Jump start your summer preparations with free shipping and Farm Bureau member prices on 1,000+ AC units, tools, and chemicals. Sign in and start shopping today at Grainger.com/FarmBureau.

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It’s important to know the risks and prevention strategies to help reduce the number of injuries and deaths associated with grain handling and storage. Find resources at http://ow.ly/1zmU50I1pr9.

Where is your favorite place to have pizza!? 🍕

Where is your favorite place to have pizza!? 🍕

It’s National Pizza Day! Did you know that pizza is among the top 5 most favorite foods in the world?

Try out this pizza recipe from Chef Tammy Brawley of Farm Bureau’s Real Virginia TV show: https://bit.ly/3FCAGIb

12-year-old Powell farmer is youngest crop insurance holder
12-year-old Powell farmer is youngest crop insurance holder

12-year-old Powell farmer is youngest crop insurance holder

For the ambitious young farmer, agriculture is a way of life. “I was born into a farm family,” Thompson said. “They’ve told me I don’t have to choose agriculture, but

Come by the office and get your yard cards and bumper magnets!    516A Fauquier Rd  Warrenton VA 20186

Come by the office and get your yard cards and bumper magnets!

516A Fauquier Rd Warrenton VA 20186


Apple season is here! Did you know there used to be thousands of kinds of apples grown in the United States!? While many are lost, you can still find some of these varieties grown today!

In Virginia, most apple production is located in the western counties stretching from Wi******er (Frederick Co.) in the north, to the tier of counties along the North Carolina border. Much acreage is devoted to processing production, especially in the northern counties; elsewhere in the state, fresh production predominates. The five leading varieties are Red Delicious, York, Golden Delicious, Rome and Fuji.

Support Virginia agriculture this fall by looking for apples 🍎🍏🍎

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VDACS and Virginia Cooperative Extension announce the dates & locations for the 2021 Pesticide Collection Program. This program collects unwanted, expired or banned pesticides & safely disposes of them. Farmers, pesticide dealers, pest control firms, certified applicators, homeowners and golf course operators are encouraged to participate https://www.vdacs.virginia.gov/pdf/pesticide-collection-brochure.pdf


Please join us for a Farm Tour next Saturday 5/29, 9am-12pm!
Part of our mission is to give you opportunities to learn about how your food is raised and opportunities to enjoy the beauty of our farm and happy animals! We want to know you, you to know us, and you to know how we are raising your food!

This is a great opportunity to do that!

Only 40 slots for adults, so this will not be a huge crowd--lots of opportunity to see up close, and hands on, meet all our great staff, and hit us with questions!

Also, only 40 spots, so please get your tickets soon!

You can get those here: https://whiffletreefarmva.com/store/farm-tours

I, Jesse, will be leading the tour. And I will be joined by our awesome staff who lead on their given enterprises--Carmen on the baby chicks, Kathryn and John-Paul on the meat chickens in the pasture, Owen on the laying hens, Ben on the cattle!

Things that we will do and learn about on the tour:
--see the 2000 laying hens, and learn about how we keep them safe, and keep them on fresh pasture. We will get as nerdy as you want on any of the details!

--see and hold the baby chicks in the brooder! Learn about how we mother these little cute puff balls until they are hardy enough to go to pasture!

--see and learn about the meat chickens on pasture, and how we keep them safe, on fresh pasture, and generally happy!

--see and learn about the beef cattle. Getting to watch them move to fresh pasture is a beautiful site! Exploring their cow pies and the grasses to learn about the animals and land!

--If you want to know anything about our business model, we will share!

--You will have time to check out the Farm Store as you like.

--You are welcome to bring a picnic and eat down by the stream! My favorite spot!

I hope you will join us! It will be a lot of fun and very informative, especially with the whole Whiffletree gang there!

And please feel free to ask any of us about how we got into farming or any of those fun stories!

Tickets are $25 per adult. 17 and younger are free.

I hope you will join us!

Jesse Straight


Celebrating Virginia's farmers today and every day! Happy National Ag Day!


Pick up all your holiday goodies in style and save up to 30% on your next Avis or Budget rental! Find out more, by visiting https://www.vafb.com/membership-at-work/benefits/budget-rental-car or book your reservation now by calling 1-800-527-0700.

*Budget & Avis discount rates may vary between 10 and 30 percent, depending on time of year, availability and other factors. The Farm Bureau Budget/Avis discount may NOT be stacked with other Budget/Avis corporate or membership discounts.


516 Fauquier Road
Warrenton, VA

Opening Hours

Monday 8:30am - 5pm
Tuesday 8:30am - 5pm
Wednesday 8:30am - 5pm
Thursday 8:30am - 5pm
Friday 8:30am - 5pm


(540) 347-3172


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Incorporated June 6th, 1953, the Fauquier County Farm Bureau has been in existence well before that. Virginia Farm Bureau Federation has been serving our Membership for over 90 Years in the great Commonwealth of Virginia. Our current slate of Officers and Directors for the Fauquier County Farm Bureau include:


VICE PRESIDENT : James Messick

SECRETARY : Jacob Grove

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Owls, corn mazes, cow milking, art, live music, bugs, a bluegrass concert, and Kid Pan Alley's 20th anniversary concert - this weekend!! Join your community at these fun events.


Corn Maze in the Plains
Fauquier County Farm Bureau
Virginia Cooperative Extension Berkley Gallery
Eclipse Restaurant Sports Bar & Billiards Virginia Blend Kid Pan Alley Benedictine Sisters of Virginia The Warrenton Garden Club Bull Run Mountains Conservancy
Life’s all about perspective and changing your position will change your view of things. What’s happening this week in Warrenton, Virginia...

Wednesday, October 2nd

7:30-8am Coffee with a Cop, Warrenton Police Department at Red Truck Bakery / Warrenton

7-9pm Candidate Forum sponsored by Fauquier Chamber of Commerce Fauquier Now Fauquier Times Fauquier County Farm Bureau and Fauquier One at Taylor Middle School

Thursday, October 3rd

12:30-2:30pm Piedmont CRUSH All Hands at the PATH Foundation with special guest Congressman Denver Riggleman and Hidden in Plain Sight presentation by the Fauquier County Sheriff's Office

6pm Finance Committee Meeting
- FY2019 Draft Carryover Request
- Policy on Contributions to Outside Agencies

7pm Town of Warrenton, VA Council Work Session
- Historic District Survey Update
- Retail Strategies Update
- Stormwater Management Fee Update
- Warrenton Fields Association Agreement
- CLOSED SESSION reference litigation

Friday, October 4th

6-8pm Experience Old Town Warrenton First Friday, Pumpkin Roll

Saturday, October 5th

8am-12pm Warrenton Farmers Market at 5th Street

9am FREE Rady Fit - Zumba at Rady Park by the Warrenton Aquatic and Recreation Facility (WARF)

2-5pm Fauquier SPCA Mutt Strut at Powers Farm & Brewery
Are you interested in adding income to your farming or ag service operation? Doebler's has dealership opportunities in your area. Doebler's offers unparalleled, local support to its dealers paired with industry leading revenue generation. It's worth having a conversation to discuss the potential. Contact Peter Bell at 570.533.1947 or [email protected].
A few weeks ago, we told you about Natalina Sents, who's visiting all 50 states and blogging about farmers for the Why I Farm campaign. Here's her first Virginia blog entry on Fauquier County Farm Bureau member Sarah Leonard and her family's dairy operation, Cows-N-Corn.
Anyone seen Scout? He has been lost since Saturday. I'm hoping he has wondered to a nice farm and we can get him home. We are offering a reward for his safe return. Thank you for any help in advance.