To meet the needs of its diverse membership, the Washington Farm Bureau offers three membership categories. Review the categories below, and select the membership that is appropriate for you. Annual membership dues are listed by county Farm Bureau.
Note: New Members – If you are a new Country Financial customer please contact your representative to enroll. Please use the Country Financial application available through your representative.
If you are enrolling independently of a Country Financial representative please use the following form:
Membership Enrollment – Please complete the Membership Application(interactive pdf) and e-mail back. Please note below the annual county membership fee to be sent in at the time of enrollment. Copy E-mail address and email application to: email@example.com
If you have enrollment questions please contact:
Jenni Budde at 1-800-331-3276
If you would like to print an application and fax it to our office you may choose to do so. Click Here to obtain a printable copy to be faxed:
to 1-360-357-9939 Attn: Jenni Budde
Membership Address (Pay Dues here):
Washington Farm Bureau
975 Carpenter Road NE, Suite 301
Lacey, WA 98516
|Agriculture||If your business has an agricultural income of more than $2,500 per year it is the Farm Bureau policy that you become a voting/farmer member. This level of membership allows you voting privileges and all the benefits associated with that responsibility.|
|Business||If you own a licensed business, and are doing business in Washington State.|
|Associate||Non-farm, non-business Washington resident. Must have a valid Washington mailing address|
|County||Code||Farmer / Business|
|Clark/Cowlitz (Skamania, Wahkiakum)||06||$70.00|
|Columbia/Blue Mountain (Asotin, Garfield)||07||$70.00|
|North Olympic (Jefferson, Clallam)||16||$70.00|
|Skagit (San Juan)||29||$80.00|
|Stevens (includes Pend Oreille)||33||$80.00|
|Yakima (includes Klickitat)||39||$85.00|
Associate (non-voting) memberships are available for a $15 annual fee.
Annual Associate membership dues will increase to $20 as of October 1, 2016.