Credit Card

                                Payments for

                               Memberships

                              Now Accepted
                                Vermilion County

                             ​   Farm Bureau is now

                                able to accept credit

                                card payments for membership dues - whether as a renewal or a reinstatement..

Payments can be directly through the Illinois Farm Bureau Member Center at www.ilfbmember.org.

You can also make your payments in person or over the phone at the Vermilion County Farm Bureau office.

Please note: Only membership renewal & reinstatement payments can be made with a credit card. Other purchases (plat books, meeting tickets, etc.,) still need to be made with check or cash.)



Upcoming Events

Foundation Trustees - June 21

Vermilion County Fair & Expo

     - June 21-25

Summer Ag Institute - June 26-29
Historic Farm Days - July 13-16
Solar Projects Info Meeting - July 17

Board of Directors Meeting - July 20
Farm Bureau Night with the Dans
     - July 21

Barn Door Open Golf Outing - July 27
On the Road Truck Meeting - Aug 3

Georgetown Fair - August 5-12

Members Can Save This Summer on

Theme Park Tickets

Once again, Vermilion County Farm Bureau members can save on tickets to area theme parks. New this year is that all the tickets are now available online.

The discounted tickets can be obtained through Illinois Farm Bureau's new Abenity platform. This online site gives you access to discounts on tickets Six Flags, Kings Island and Holiday World - as well as many other entertainment and shopping venues.

Click on the link to set up your user account with your Farm Bureau membership number located on your Farm Bureau card (or you can call the FB office at 217-442-8713 to obtain your number). And start saving today!


Farmers Can Get Rid of Unwanted Pesticides

Young Leaders Donate to Georgetown Food Pantry

Vermilion County Farm Bureau's Young Leaders Committee recently made a $500 donation to the Georgetown Township Food Pantry. The funds came from the IFB's Harvest for All program, which raises money through the sale of die-cast tractors and money from the American Farm Bureau YF&R Conference. 

Shown receiving the check is food pantry coordinator Judy Rahm, who said their food pantry serves 400 families. Presenting the gift are Young Leaders Committee members Aaron Immke (left), Kelli Lyons (with the check) and Kaitlin Harden (right).


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

Vermilion County farmers can now get rid of any unwanted or old pesticides on your property through the Illinois Department of Agriculture's Clean Sweep Program. The program will be held this summer, but you must pre-register by July 14.


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