Indiana Farm Bureau member delegates approved policy that will guide the organization in 2023.
Indiana Farm Bureau Vice President Kendell Culp says member delegates set policy positions for issues impacting agriculture and rural communities around the state.
“This does culminate our policy development process for the year,” he says. “The policy adopted (during the delegate session) today is the official policy. This is what we will now publish, this will be put out on our website and sent out to all our legislators, so this will be out there really for everybody to see what Indiana Farm Bureau stands for.”
The 234 delegates discussed several issues this year including grain marketing, broadband, energy, and more.