​​ Vermilion County Farm Bureau
  Serving Vermilion County Agriculture Since 1918

Farm Bureau Part of IFB Crime Reward Program

You can take pride in the work we can accomplish when we come together with a common goal. One of those goals is the continuing the great work of Ag in the Classroom in Vermilion County. As we approach a new school year, we can use your help reaching those goals. You can click on the button below to make a donation towards our Growing Our Future campaign to ensure the schools across Vermilion County continue to get the message about farming and food production.

Credit Card accepted for Membership Payments

Calendar of Events

   Georgetown Fair - August 7-14
   Illinois State Fair - August 10-22
   Young Leaders Fun Night - August 20  

   Board of Directors Meeting - August 26
   Office Closed for Labor Day - September 6


1. Ask

2. Keep them safe

3. Be there

4. Help them connect

5. Follow up

For more resources, visit www.ilfb.org/mentalhealthwellness

As farmers, we are great at taking care of our land and livestock, but not always great at taking care of ourselves. It’s time to put yourself first. A healthy farm is nothing without a healthy YOU. 

We know times are tough right now.  If you or someone you know is struggling with daily stress, anxiety, depression, addiction or other mental health challenges, you are not alone.  Reach out and ask for help.  Your mental health and wellness are important to us. We are Stronger Together.

Vermilion County Farm Bureau members are urged to post signs on their promote the Illinois Farm Bureau $1,000 Crime Reward Program. It offers a $1,000 to the

person that gives information

leading to the felony conviction of

a person or persons committing

theft, damage to property, arson

or similar felony crimes against ag

production-related property in Illinois.

The signs are available at the Farm Bureau office. The first sign is free, with additional signs available for cost ($2.50). There are also stickers available that the be placed on your property as a deterrent to rural crime.

Mental Health Awareness