QUEEN ANNE’S COUNTY FARM BUREAU The Roots of Maryland Agriculture are Grown Locally

Farm Bureau Updates

In light of the coronavirus and public health concerns, our annual banquet has been postponed and possibly canceled. We will be in touch about a re-scheduling of this event.

Click here to read the latest edition of the Queen Anne’s County Farm Bureau newsletter!

Queen Anne’s County was recognized by Maryland Farm Bureau for their outstanding program, Ag Awareness Day. You can read more about the program here!

We would like to congratulate our 2019 Miss Queen Anne’s Co. Farm Bureau, Melyn Rhodes for competing and earning the title of 2019 Miss Maryland Agriculture! We know Melyn will continue to do great representing our county and representing the state as well.


It’s a priority at Queen Anne’s County Farm Bureau to give our next generation the tools they need to succeed, while improving the level of food awareness in our communities.

Queen Anne’s County Farm Bureau is offering two $1,500 scholarship to college students, graduating high school seniors or trade school students that have been accepted to an accredited institution. Completed applications, along with transcript, and essay must be completed and returned by May 1, 2020.

Learn more about our scholarship programs.

Meet our Miss Queen Anne’s Farm Bureau

In the News

The Queen Anne’s County Farm Bureau hosted a forum for candidates running for County Commissioner on May 16th at the Ruthsburg Community Center. With 16 candidates in the race to serve the residents of 4 districts in Queen Anne’s County and one at large position, the county Farm Bureau found it vital to offer a forum that addressed the unique needs of the agriculture community.

Farming community helps educate youth

QA Farm Bureau receives state award

Bailey Riggs named Miss Md. Agriculture

Local Farm Bureau queens to compete for Miss Md. Ag title

Farm Bureau hosts commissioner forum

2018 Miss, Little Miss QA Farm Bureau chosen

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