Farm Bureau members and guests listen to CFBF President Paul Wenger as he delivers his annual address at the CFBF Annual Meeting in Garden Grove.
Photo/Dave Kranz
CFBF President Paul Wenger tells Farm Bureau members he has appreciated the opportunity to serve as a statewide officer for the past 20 years—the last eight as president.
Photo/Christine Souza
Wenger stresses need for long-term action
In his farewell speech as president of the California Farm Bureau Federation, Paul Wenger made a pitch for unity with the help of a baseball Hall of Famer. Read more...

Farmers worry about impact of tax-reform bills
As federal tax-reform bills head to a House-Senate conference committee, California farmers and ranchers say they may not gain as much as they had hoped from the package of tax cuts and other changes to tax law. Read more...

CFBF president's message: Future of farming depends on advocacy
It's been my privilege to serve as an officer of the California Farm Bureau Federation for the last 20 years—the last eight as president. I originally got involved in Farm Bureau because I recognized that if we California farmers and ranchers don't make agricultural advocacy a part of our business plan, someone else who doesn't know or appreciate the unique challenges agricultural producers face will have significant impact on the future of our farms. Read more...

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