Delaware Farm Bureau is pleased to announce the launch of their newly designed website, www.defb.org. The new website has been designed to provide a user-friendly experience with easier navigation and provides up-to-date information relevant to its members.
Created with user experience in mind, the site includes many new features to help users navigate the site and find the information they need pertaining to member benefits, Board and Committee information and applying online. Website Features include:
- Easy Online Application: Members can join or renew with the easy to manage online application. Once application is processed by the office, members receive a welcome email as well as a physical membership card directly to their mailbox!
- Member Benefits: Members can browse the categorized member benefits pages to easily find the benefit that interests them.
- Learn About Us: With an extensive About Us section, visitors can learn all about the Delaware Farm Bureau as well as the County Farm Bureau’s, programs and committees that drive the organization to success!
- Brand New Newsroom: Stay up to date with the Delaware Farm Bureau with the newly launched “Newsroom” containing the Delaware Farm Bureau News bi-monthly publication and press release feed!
Other features include streamline links to the Delaware Farm Bureau Foundation, Young Farmers and Ranchers and Women’s Committee pages, an easy to use Contact Us form and links to all forms of Delaware Farm Bureau social media.
About Delaware Farm Bureau Since it was established in 1944, the Delaware Farm Bureau has become one of the strongest farm organizations in the First State. DFB is a non-profit and nongovernmental organization that serves as a unified voice for farmers in the State of Delaware. Controlled by its members through the democratic process and financed through membership dues, this group of over 8,400 farm families and associate members help form a national organization that is over six million strong. These families are united for the purpose of preserving agriculture as an industry and way of life; Farm Bureau is their vehicle to accomplish this. Delaware Farm Bureau is politically active, but nonpartisan. On both the local and national front, Farm Bureau has defended agriculture against unreasonable taxes and regulations, threats to property rights and damaging misconceptions about farming.