The Farm Bureau is based on a grass roots structure whereby county Farm Bureaus and their leaders develop and implement policy.
County policy is first determined at a county annual meeting each year. Whatever policies are adopted then go on to a state annual meeting to determine policy for the entire organization.
Pennsylvania Farm Bureau divides the state into 8 Regions and 54 county Farm Bureaus. Each county Farm Bureau elects a Board of Directors and appoints key committees. PFB voting delegates who represent their county Farm Bureau, elect a Board of Directors, a President and a Vice President.