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Here's to America's Farmers and Ranchers

March 13, 2015

More than 75 years ago, Farm Bureau Financial Services was founded to meet the specific needs of farmers. Today, we’re proud of our agricultural roots, and take time to thank the men and women of the past, present, and future who work tirelessly to put food on our tables and clothes on our backs.


About 97 percent of U.S. farms are operated by families according to the American Farm Bureau. Check out these other fascinating ag facts from the states where we do business:

  • Arizona cotton farms produce enough top-grade cotton annually to make one pair of jeans for every single American. Arizona Farm Bureau
  • Twenty-nine cuts of beef meet government guidelines for “lean.” Farmers Feed Us
  • About 60 percent of Idaho's potato crop is processed into French fries, tater tots, other fried products, or dehydrated into flakes. Idaho Farm Bureau
  • Hamburger from a single steer will make about 720 quarter-pound hamburgers. Iowa Farm Bureau
  • Soybeans are an important ingredient for the production of crayons. One acre of soybeans can produce 82,358 crayons. Farmers Feed Us
  • An acre of Kansas wheat produces enough bread to feed nearly 9,000 people for one day. National Association of Wheat Growers
  • Minnesota ranks first in the nation in sugar beet crops, sweet corn for processing, and green peas for processing. Minnesota Dept. of Agriculture
  • Cows must give birth to a calf in order to produce milk. Farmers Feed Us
  • In Utah, about 2 billion cherries are harvested yearly and approximately 4,800 acres of agricultural land is used for cherry production. It’s the Utah state fruit! Pioneer: Utah’s Online Library
  • Cattle outnumber Nebraskans nearly 4 to 1. The state is the nation’s top producer for commercial red meat. Nebraska Beef Council
  • Pecans have recently become one of New Mexico’s most valuable commodities, generating over $100M annually. New York Times
  • Agriculture employs more than 24 million American workers (17% of the total U.S. work force). Farmers Feed Us
  • Dairy contributes more to the Wisconsin economy ($20.6B) than citrus to Florida ($9B) or potatoes to Idaho ($2.5B). Wisconsin Farm Bureau
  • Farmers and ranchers provide critical winter habitat for 75% of Wyoming’s wildlife. Wyoming Farm Bureau
  • Wheat is Montana’s #1 export, with nearly 75% being exported to Asian markets. Montana Dept. of Agriculture
  • Pork is the most widely-eaten meat in the world. Farmers Feed Us