Safety Department

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 programs in place to help farmers better protect their employees and family members by helping them work safely and efficiently.


Safety Department

The Farm Bureau has programs in place to help farmers better protect their employees and family members by helping them work safely and efficiently.

Wendell Miley is the Farm Bureau's safety manager; he conducts safety programs on the farm as well as in high school ag departments. He maintains the state's only farm tractor fatality registry and all-terrain vehicle (ATV) fatality registry. Wendell is a certified CPR instructor through the American Heart Association.

Wendell coordinates the Louisiana Farm Bureau Holiday Shop program, which offers Louisiana-grown citrus and pecan products and Florida-grown peanuts to our members during the Christmas holiday season. He can be contacted by e-mail or phone at 225-922-6208.


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