Food Connection Week is a statewide program established by Texas Farm Bureau to connect farmers and ranchers to their customers and initiate discussions about agriculture and food related issues, including, affordability, nutrition, food safety, animal welfare, profitability and productivity.
This week to celebrate Food Connection Week we will be asking a daily question and anyone who answers it right will be entered to WIN a $25.00 gift card.
Today’s question is: Farmers often plant tall, dense trees on the edges of fruit farms. These trees provide a windbreak, which helps prevent what?
Becoming a Member of Victoria County Farm Bureau has many benefits. To name a few, they offer discounts on vehicle rentals, hotel/motel discounts, amusement park savings, discount child safety seats, eyewear discounts, prescription savings, and many more. To become a member of Victoria County Farm Bureau, stop by your local office at 511 E Magruder Dr or call us at 361-578-3651 for further details.