U.S. Senators Mike Enzi and John Barrasso, both R-Wyo., joined 46 of their colleagues in introducing a resolution to recognize the 100th anniversary of the American Farm Bureau Federation.
“For the last century, the American Farm Bureau Federation has worked every day to protect, preserve and promote the farming and ranching industry in Wyoming and across the country,” Enzi said. “I am pleased to cosponsor this resolution marking a great milestone for this important organization.”
“Each summer in Wyoming, we celebrate the Centennial Ranch Awards at the state fair in Douglas, where families are recognized for 100 years of commitment to agriculture and the Wyoming way of life,” said Barrasso. “Like them, the American Farm Bureau Federation has represented strong agricultural traditions for 100 years. They bring leaders together to address critical issues to ensure our nation – and our world – continues to be blessed by the abundance of American agriculture.”
The resolution, led by U.S. Senator Jerry Moran, R-Kan., states that the American Farm Bureau Federation plays a vital role in promoting the well-being of the people of the United States and applauds the organization for its past, present and future efforts to advocate for farm interests that are critical to our country. A copy of the resolution can be found here.