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Polk County Farm Bureau – A Legacy of Insuring and Protecting Rural Life

BY LEANN DILBECK – The Polk County Farm Bureau Insurance Agency provides personal lines of insurance for homes, auto, boat, farms, equipment, health through Blue Cross/Blue Shield, life insurance, and annuities for approximately 3,125 members in Polk County. They also provide limited banking services including loans, CD’s, checking, money market accounts, business lines of credit, and credit cards. The agency ...

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Polk Co. Farm Bureau Donates to the Backpack Program

The Polk County Farm Bureau Women’s Committee recently made a donation to the Louise Durham School Backpack Program through its Farmers Feeding Families initiative. These funds will help children and families facing food insecurity. Agriculture is Arkansas’ s largest industry and Arkansas farmers and ranchers want to share the abundance they raise with those who need it most. You can make ...

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Local Farm Bureau Women’s Committee Attends State Conference

The Polk County Farm Bureau Women’s Committee recently attended the 2016 Farm Bureau Statewide Women’s Conference at the Embassy Suites in Little Rock, Arkansas. The theme of this year’s conference was Building Community through Service to Others. In attendance was Polk County Women’s Committee members Darlene Roberts, Rhonda Coon, Carol Fields and Deedee Alston. The Women’s Committee provides opportunities for ...

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Polk County Farm Bureau – Protecting Your Losses

BY RENEE HENDRIX – Farm Bureau is a non-profit nationwide business that started right here in the State of Arkansas. In 1959, the Polk county Farm Bureau was formed. The non-profit organization started because there was a lack of opportunities for rural people to get insurance. The Farm Bureau is a member driven organization with several facets. One of the ...

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Polk County Farm Bureau Attends State Convention

Polk County Farm Bureau members were among more than 970 who attended the Arkansas Farm Bureau’s annual convention Dec. 3-5 in Hot Springs. Those attending were: (l to r, back row) Allen Stewart, Floyd Clark and Ronney Fields; (l to r, front row) Mary Stewart, Coleen Clark, and Carol Fields. During the three days, activities included an address by Governor-Elect ...

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