Mullins Farms Joins Calaveras County Farm Bureau

This is truly a wonderful time in the life of Mullins Farms. We’re starting to get to know our community of fellow farmers, and now we’re proud members of the Calaveras County Farm Bureau. Our local County Farm Bureau office is located in Valley Springs, while the main California Farm Bureau Federation Headquarters is located in Sacramento.

A non-governmental, non-profit, and voluntary membership California corporation, the purpose of the California Farm Bureau Federation is to promote and protect agricultural interests throughout the state of California, as well as find solutions to the problems facing the modern farming family; including the farm, the farm home, and the rural community. The Farm Bureau of California is the largest farm organization, consisting of 53 county Farm Bureaus, which currently represents approximately 76,500 agricultural and associate members across 56 counties.

Calaveras County Farm Bureau
Mailing Address: 55 California St., Valley Springs, CA 95252
Phone: (209) 772-3987
Fax: (209) 772-3987

President: Toni Ann Fischer, Valley Springs, CA
First Vice President: Steve Kafka, Avery, CA
Second Vice President: Jerry Howard, San Andreas, CA
Executive Director: Lorey Oliver
Young Farmers & Ranchers State Representative: Kevin Robertson, Secretary
District Director: Michael David Fischer, Jr., Valley Springs, CA

Top five crops by value in Calaveras from 2009:
Cattle & Calves $5,766,000
Winegrapes $3,360,000
Pasture & Range $3,201,000
Poultry $3,192,000
Timber $2,474,000

California Farm Bureau Federation
2300 River Plaza Drive, Sacramento, CA 95833
Phone: (916) 561-5500, Fax: (916) 561-5695

Check out some of the member benefits

Click here to Join the Farm Bureau

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One Response to “Mullins Farms Joins Calaveras County Farm Bureau”

  1. Megan Says:

    Welcome to the Farm Bureau family! We look forward to hearing more about Mullins Farms and your participation in the Calaveras County Farm Bureau activities. Sincerely,
    Megan, Communications Team Member, California Farm Bureau Federation