Farm Bureau of America, which represents thousands of farmers, is about to sign a $1 billion investment in an insurance company that specializes in providing farm products and services.
The investment comes from a farm credit union called the Farm Bureau Assurance Fund.
The Farm Bureau is a private entity.
The fund is not owned by the Farm Bill.
The farm bureau has about 10,000 members and has been in the news recently over concerns about safety.
Farmers and ranchers across the country have been pressing the government to do more to help them.
The White House has made a number of moves to help the farm industry.
For example, the Farm Security Administration has increased its funding to help states combat the devastating drought.
President Donald Trump has also called for a $10 billion farm loan guarantee program that would pay farmers interest on their loans.
But the farm bureau is still getting funding from the government.
The agency’s budget is $8 billion and it needs about $4 billion for its own operations, according to the Farm Bulletin.
The bureau has faced criticism in the past.
In October, it was forced to backtrack on its plans to build a giant solar farm in Alabama.