Women's Program

The Farm Bureau Women’s Program is an integral part of the Farm Bureau organization. The Women's program embraces: The agriculture industry through education to strengthen the knowledge of agriculture in local communities, being a strong voice for Virginia farmers, setting examples of community stewardship with outreach projects and political involvement by advocating for Farm Bureau policies

For more information or to get involved, find your local County Farm Bureau office or contact Angela Haskovec, Sr. Program Coordinator.

Find your local County Farm Bureau Office

Contact Angela Haskovec at angela.haskovec@vafb.com or 804-290-1031

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Events

VFB Women's Spring Conference

March 16-18, 2018
Hotel Roanoke and Conference Center

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Newsletter

The Women’s Program newsletter can provide you with current and upcoming events, legislative policies, safety tips and district highlights. Please contact Angela Haskovec if you would like to receive the newsletter at your home. Download our most current newsletter.

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Learning Barn

The Learning Barn project has been a popular way to promote agriculture in schools and libraries. It features a barn-shaped bookcase that can hold books specific to agriculture. If you are interested in building or donating a Learning Barn and need additional information such as construction plans or a list of recommended books, please click the link below.

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Leadership Recognition & Awards

The contest applications for 2019 will be available late Summer 2018

Farm Woman of the Year

The purpose of this award is to recognize a farm woman for contributions to her farm business, related agriculture and community activities, leadership and community involvement. A candidate must first be nominated prior to completing an application.

Virginia Farm Bureau Ambassador

The purpose of this contest is to recognize young adults for their interest and achievements in agriculture and provide an opportunity to serve as an ambassador for agriculture and Farm Bureau. Eligible applicants must be a member of Farm Bureau between the ages of 18 and 25.

Lady Leader - Proudly Promoting Agriculture

The Lady Leader program identifies women who can effectively articulate and share the values of agriculture in today’s world and provides these spokespersons with opportunities to promote farming, agribusiness and Farm Bureau.

Farm Bureau Women's Committee Districts

Young Farmer State Districts
State Chair Faye Hundley

Faye Hundley

Women's State Chair

Susan Smith

Susan Smith

Capital District Leader

Sarah Large

Sarah Large

Central District Leader

Becky Broaddus

Becky Broaddus

Eastern District Leader

Barbie Winstead

Barbie Winstead

Midwest District Leader

Marty K. Potts

Marty K. Potts

Northern District Leader

Susan Harrell

Susan Harrell

Southeast District Leader

Ginger Shotwell

Kristal Harris

Southside District Leader

Sandi Puckett

Sandi Puckett

Southwest District Leader

Margaret Arbogast

Margaret Arbogast

Valley District Leader

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