Maryland Farm Bureau Launches May Membership Month Campaign

Maryland Farm Bureau Launches May Membership Month Campaign

DAVIDSONVILLE, MD. – Maryland Farm Bureau (MDFB) is thrilled to announce the start of May Membership Month, a concerted effort to grow membership, promote local farmers, and reach new audiences. Throughout the entirety of May, MDFB will be delivering marketing materials showcasing how the membership of our organization is delivering on our mission to strengthen and grow agriculture in our state. The campaign also seeks to encourage prospective members to join so we can continue to advocate for our agricultural community. Membership in MDFB is open to anyone – both farmers and non-farmers alike.

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To kickoff this campaign, MDFB is debuting a digital advertisement featuring our 1st Vice President and Kent County FarmerJonathan Quinn. In his testimonial, Quinn endorses membership in MDFB, emphasizing how the organization helps Maryland farmers.

“Our successful advocacy efforts are only thanks to the grassroots input and generosity of our members,” says MDFB Executive Director Parker Welch. “May Membership Month is a fantastic opportunity for us to tell that story and grow our membership so we can continue to secure victories for Maryland farmers.”

As a 501(c)(5) federation, MDFB serves as the unified voice of Maryland farm families, drawing strength from the active participation of over 9,500 individual and family members across the state’s 23 local county Farm Bureau organizations. Since our establishment in 1915, Maryland Farm Bureau has remained steadfast in our commitment to safeguarding and advancing agriculture while preserving the essence of rural life.

As a proud member of the American Farm Bureau Federation, Maryland Farm Bureau stands at the forefront of advocating for the interests of our agricultural community on the local, state, and federal level. To become a member of our organization, visit For more information on Maryland Farm Bureau and our mission, please visit

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