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2014 Scholarship Golf Tournament

Join us for the annual Farm Bureau Scholarship Golf Tournament! Dust off those golf clubs and help raisegolf money to keep local agriculture students on course! The Tournament will be held Sept 18 at St. mark Gold Club in San Marcos. Get more information about playing or sponsoring here.

San Diego Grown Exchange

San Diego Grown

Are you a grower looking to sell produce locally? A business looking to San Diego farmers as part of your nutrition services procurement strategy? Find what you’re looking for at, a website created by San Diego County Farm Bureau to connect farmers with commercial buyers.

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San Diego Grown 365

SD Grown 365

San Diego Grown 365 is a Farm Bureau owned brand that gives San Diego producers an edge in the marketplace. It is a trademark that has been in use by San Diego farmers since its development in 2004. (more)

Ag in the Classroom


California Bountiful

California Bountiful

California Bountiful TV is a 30-minute weekly program produced by the California Farm Bureau Federation, that features stories on the people, places and lifestyles that have made California the nation's largest food-producing state.

California Bountiful, airs on KUSI, Cable 9/Channel 51 in San Diego, check your listings for time

Escondido Growers for Agricultural Preservation


Farmers Markets

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Join Farm Bureau
Learn about memberships for producers, consumers and businesses, and join online.


I-9 Forms

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services announced recently that a revised Employment Eligibility Verification Form (I-9) now is available for use.

Sales tax exemptions

California farmers and ranchers are exempt or partially exempt from state sales tax on farm equipment, diesel fuel, lubricating oils, and propane purchases. Exemption forms are available at the Farm Bureau office, or can be downloaded here.

Farm Team

Farm Team

Crop Report

2012 Crop Report

The 2012 San Diego County Crop Report has been released and ornamental trees and shrubs remain the #1 crop in San Diego County. The value of San Diego County agriculture was up 4% to a total of $1,747,745,069.

Top Ten Crops of 2012

Past Crop Reports Available Here