Supporting our local farmers and ranchers continues to be critical. Here is a directory of San Diego County Farmers and Ranchers that are selling their products directly to consumers.

BECOME A MEMBER | San Diego Farm Bureau promotes and protects local farms.

Buy Local

Buy Local

Buy food produced, grown, or raised close to your home and support San Diego farms.

Friends of Farming

Friends of Farming

Not a farmer but want to support San Diego farming and enjoy private tours?

Farm Bureau Programs

Farm Bureau Programs

The Farm Bureau offers training, networking, and task forces for farm issues.

Membership

Membership

Become a member and support agriculture through education and public policy.

San Diego Agriculture

San Diego Agriculture

San Diego agriculture value is $1.7B, an industry important to the local economy.

Irrigated Lands Group

Irrigated Lands Group

Growers working together to comply with clean water regulations.

 

The San Diego County Farm Bureau Ag Hub­­ Building is open by appointment only.

To set up a meeting, email sdcfb@sdfarmbureau.org or call 760-745-3023

Farmers are essential during this time and although our office is closed to walk-ins (appointments available), the­­­ San Diego County Farm Bureau is working closely with the California Farm Bureau Federation and the local, state and federal government to resolve a wide variety of agricultural issues. Our priority is ensuring your business can continue to maintain economic viability and your products can be moved to the market.

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The Voice of Local Farmers

Ranking 19th in the nation, San Diego boasts top crops in nursery, avocados, tomatoes, citrus, poultry, and strawberries. Almost 70% of San Diego County Farms are 1-9 acres and nearly 35% are operated by women. San Diego county has more certified organic growers than any other county in the nation with more than 360 certified organic farms. The mission of the Farm Bureau is to foster San Diego agriculture through education, public relations, and public policy advocacy in order to promote the economic viability, sustainability, and community building of agriculture.

Meet Our Farmers

The San Diego County Farm Bureau is a non-profit organization supporting the more than 5,700 farms within the county. Learn more about some of our members and what the Farm Bureau means to them.

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Chuck Badger III

“Farm Bureau ensures that I, as a grower, am represented in the political arena. I know that my values and interests are being supported. Our company in particular appreciates the gas discount from Schuster as a Farm Bureau member as well. And, as a fourth generation farmer, Farm Bureau’s history of grower support has been a consistent benefit to the Badger family through the years; and for that I am very grateful.”

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Ann Leatherbury

“Owning and farming our Fallbrook property since 1958 has presented many challenges for the Lowell and Leatherbury families. We are proud to be San Diego County Farm Bureau Members. The Farm Bureau has been a wonderful source of information and support for our families during challenging times and shifting landscape.”

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Dylan Marschall

“As an agricultural real estate professional, the Farm Bureau allows me to stay educated on current policies and trends within the industry which in turn, better serves my clients. Further, it allows me the opportunity to stay connected to the growers, landowners and tenants that keep agriculture in San Diego County.”