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Responsibly Grown, South Carolina Grown

The quality and safety of the food you serve your family is as important to us as it is to you. See behind the scenes of how we produce the highest quality food for your family – and ours.

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Keep South Carolina Growing.

1.6 million American farm workers support two to three other jobs in our economy. Support reform that keeps hardworking farm workers – and our food – safe and secure.

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Our members enjoy discounts on everything from insurance, internet, and financial services to cars, office supplies, and tools – all while supporting farmers, food, and our rural lands.

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Today's Farming

Produce That Turns Profits

We’re one of the nation’s leading producers of peaches, tobacco, peanuts, watermelons, cucumbers, and tomatoes. Imagine how farming impacts our economy.

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Latest Blog Post

6.25.14

Why We’re Saying ‘That’s Enough’ – #DitchTheRule

By Kacey Clay

Have you ever been asked to do something and before you could think about it you said yes? My husband and I were in that position recently.   A couple of months ago Missouri Farm Bureau contacted us with a “crazy idea” – creating a parody of the song “Let It Go” from the movie “Frozen.”   You could imagine the look on my face. I thought what for? Why? These and other questions were going through my mind.   Then the explanation came. The parody video was part of a broader a strategy to help raise awareness on an issue that just wasn’t being heard – the proposed “Waters of the U.S.” rule pushed by the Enviro...

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Marion County

Neal and Amanda Baxley and family

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