What We Do

Indiana Farmers Union is a grass-roots organization that works to protect the social and economic well-being of family farmers throughout the Hoosier State.

Our members are our policy drivers: this means that we engage elected officials on issues that come directly from our membership and press lawmakers to implement and enforce laws and regulations that will strengthen agriculture in Indiana.

Indiana Farmers Union’s membership is as diverse as the agricultural landscape in our State and includes grain farmers, vegetable growers, fruit growers, livestock farmers and dairy farmers. All our members play a role in bringing the issues that matter most to Indiana lawmakers and fighting for their rights as family farmers.

Indiana Farmers Union is a home for all family farmers who are committed to conserving our state’s natural bounty – whether they are long-established or beginning their agricultural journey.

Founded in 1955, Indiana Farmers Union is committed to representing the interests of all family farmers on issues such as:

  • Sustainability
  • Country of Origin Labeling
  • Energy and Food Security
  • Genetically Modified Crops
  • Competitive Markets
  • Monopolies and Concentration in Agriculture
  • Conservation

Whether you live in the city or in the country, Indiana Farmers Union is the organization for family farmers, growers and their supporters who care about:

  • Indiana agriculture
  • Family farmers and growers
  • Where food comes from
  • The environment
  • Cooperative businesses
  • Rural communities