The Louisiana Farm Bureau Federation is the state’s largest general farm organization representing farmers, ranchers and rural residents. We are a private, non-profit, non-governmental agency established in 1922 to bring a voice to agricultural issues.
The Farm Bureau has five area field services directors who reside in five areas of the state and act as liaisons between farmers and the Farm Bureau state office in Baton Rouge.
The Farm Bureau has four area field services directors—Carey Martin, Scott Bickham, Raquel Landry and Mandie B. Zaunbrecher—who reside in four areas of the state and act as liaisons between farmers and the Farm Bureau state office in Baton Rouge.
Tim Payne is the Farm Bureau's director of field services. Payne also coordinates Farm Bureau's membership development program, which seeks to recruit new farmers to become members of our organization. He can be contacted by e-mail or phone at 225-922-6214.
Megan Gravois is the assistant director of field services. She also coordinates the Farm Bureau Women's Leadership Committee and Young Farmers & Ranchers program activities. Gravois can be contacted by e-mail or phone at 225-922-6213.