A county committee is a group of members, selected and appointed by the county Farm Bureau president and the board, qualified to plan and carry out activities in a specific program area. Programs pursued will fulfill objectives or needs of Farm Bureau and/or the membership in the county.

Ad Hoc Committees

Counties may also appoint ad hoc committees which are formed to address a specific issue or activity. Examples of ad hoc committees include county annual planning committee, local zoning issue committee, county bylaw review committee and building committee. The committee appointment process is extremely important to guarantee committees are made up of individuals who are enthusiastic about their responsibilities.