A farming combine in the fields at sunset.

Ford proudly supports farming organizations nationwide

A farming combine in the fields at sunset.

Ford proudly supports farming organizations nationwide

Promoting Agriculture in the classroom and beyond.

At Ford, we’re proud to support programs and organizations related to the advancement of agriculture. We believe our commitment and support benefits all of us.

A few of the organizations we support include:

The Farm Bureau® and America’s Young Farmers and Ranchers

This year we celebrate our 11th year partnering with the Farm Bureau® and supporting their efforts to feed the world. Our valued partnership highlights the great movement we have together and how Farmers and Ford Trucks have gone together for over 100 years. For the last 4 years we have been a proud Sponsor of the Competitive Event of the Young Farmers and Ranchers program by providing 3 Ford Vehicles to the Winners.


Future Farmers of America (FFA)

Ford Motor Company, a sponsor of the organization since 1948, is recognized for its long-term commitment with Built Ford Tough scholarships for tomorrow’s farmers; since 1997, Ford has committed over $10 million in scholarships.

Learn more about scholarships


National Agriculture In the Classroom

Ford is proud to continue to sponsor the 2021 NAITCO National Conference “Fields of Dreams” to be held at the Iowa Events Center in Des Moines, Iowa. “The continued support of Ford Motor Company is essential to our success as an organization,” said Tammy Maxey, president of NAITCO and programs director of Virginia Agriculture in the Classroom. “The company’s partnership helps us ensure students see the connection between agriculture and their daily lives. It is not just the food on their plate. Itis the clothes they wear, the homes they live in, and the cars they drive.”

Learn more

Learn from the folks at Ford how you can fascinate students with how much of a car is made of renewable, recycled, and repurposed resources! Then the American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture and Ford Motor Co. will walk you through how to incorporate hands-on activities so students can explore more.