In light of the coronavirus and the governor’s restrictions on large gatherings, we will be postponing our annual banquet until further notice.
Cecil County Farm Bureau takes pride in being the voice for agriculture in Cecil County. As a grassroots member’s organization, we value the opinions of individuals who work day in and day out to provide food, fiber and fuel for the world. It is important that we all have a seat at the table when it comes to local, state and national issues that affect us.
Click here to view our most recent newsletter and stay up-to-date with what’s happening in Cecil County Farm Bureau!
We recently built a new building at their county fair! We plan to use it to promote and protect agricultural and rural life.
Check out these videos highlighting Cecil County Farm Bureau and agriculture:
It’s a priority at Cecil County Farm Bureau to give our next generation the tools they need to succeed, while improving the level of food awareness in our communities.
Are you interested in becoming the 2020 Miss Cecil County Farm Bureau or Jr. Miss?
These ladies will serve as a role model in the agriculture community. Their purpose is to promote the agriculture industry, agriculture education, and the Farm Bureau organization throughout the year and in the future. The winner will represent Cecil County in the Miss Maryland Agriculture competition.
Applications are now open and due July 15. You must be a Maryland Farm Bureau member to enter. The contest will be held on Sunday, July 26 at 2pm. The location and format will be determined in July. Download the application here! Please email all applications and questions to email@example.com or call Katie Larrimore @ 410-441-9948 if you should have questions. To apply for Miss Cecil County Farm Bureau you must be between 16 and 20, Jr. Miss is 13-15 by the date of the contest. Click here for the Jr. Miss application for 2020!
Cecil County Farm Bureau makes it easy to get involved and make a difference at the local level.
Here you’ll find news articles about issues important to Cecil County residents, along with some farmer profiles!