North Dakota Farmers Union

Founded in 1927, North Dakota Farmers Union (NDFU) is the largest general farm organization in the state of North Dakota. With more than 45,000 member families, we provide a network of educational programs, services and events that benefit farmers, ranchers and rural communities.

As an innovative and progressive organization, Farmers Union works to enhance legislation that supports agriculture and the cooperative business model. Each summer, we host youth camps that teach leadership skills and co-op education to more than 1,000 youth. A wide variety of social activities and educational events for producers also take place year round.

Category:   Associate/Non-Profit
Mark Watne

1415 12th Ave SE
Jamestown, ND 58401

Phone Number: (701) 252-2340
Toll Free Number: (800) 366-6338
Cell Phone Number: (701) 320-1473
Fax Number: (701) 252-6584

History: North Dakota Farmers Union was established in 1927 around the principles of cooperation, legislation and education. The organization received its national charter on Nov. 4, 1927, at its first convention in Jamestown. With a record 13,000 farmers, NDFU had the largest membership at that time among the 31 states in which Farmers Union was active. Charles Talbott, a chief organizer and passionate believer in the power of Farmers Union to counteract economic injustice, was elected first president.
Member Since: 06/01/1994

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