Farmers' Market

KCC - Saturdays - 7:30 - 11:00 a.m.

KAILUA - Thursdays - 5:00 - 7:30 p.m.

MILILANI - Sundays - 8:00 - 11:00 a.m.

HONOLULU - Wednesdays - 4:00 p.m. - 7 p.m.

KEAUHOU - Saturdays - 8:00 a.m. - noon

KINO'OLE - Saturdays - 7:00 a.m. - noon

WAI'ANAE -Saturdays - 8:30 a.m. - noon

About Us

The Hawaii Farm Bureau Federation (HFBF) was organized back in 1948 by a group of farmers on the Windward side of Oahu. It was then that the very first Farm Bureau meeting was held.

In 1950, the HFBF was formerly incorporated and has grown into the present statewide organization consisting of approximately 2200 member families in ten counties located throughout the State. These counties include:

  • East Oahu County Farm Bureau
  • Hamakua County Farm Bureau
  • Hilo County Farm Bureau
  • Ka'u County Farm Bureau
  • Kauai County Farm Bureau
  • Kohala County Farm Bureau
  • Kona County Farm Bureau
  • Maui County Farm Bureau
  • Molokai County Farm Bureau
  • South Oahu County Farm Bureau
  • West Oahu County Farm Bureau

Join Us!

The Hawaii Farm Bureau Federation is a wonderful organization and a good investment for your business. Our benefits and services are here, and our application form can be viewed by clicking on the image below.

Click here for a copy of our brochure.

Just fill out the form and return it with your payment!

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HFBF Office

The Hawaii Farm Bureau is located in Honolulu at 2343 Rose Street, Honolulu, Hawaii, 96819.

You may reach the HFBF by telephone (808) 848-2074, neighbor-islands (800) 482-1272, by facsimile (808) 848- 1921 or by email at:

We are affiliated with the American Farm Bureau Federation, which has a membership of over four million families in 2,800 counties across America. The American Farm Bureau Federation is very active and is responsible for many of the reforms now taking place at the national level to help the farming industry.

Purpose of the Hawaii Farm Bureau Federation

The Hawaii Farm Bureau Federation (HFBF) is a non-profit organization of farming families united for the purpose of analyzing problems and formulating action to ensure the future of agriculture thereby promoting the well-being of farming and the State's economy.

Our guiding policies originate at the grassroots County Farm Bureau level with the ideas, opinions and contributions of our concerned membership. We encourage the participation of every member, and try to have open communication with them through our annual convention, county meetings and our monthly newsletter. Policies are adopted after discussion at our County and State meetings.

Through our County Farm Bureau, members can identify areas of special interest in which they would like to participate. Some of these areas include:

  • Taxes
  • Land use
  • Water
  • Pesticide awareness
  • Legislative activity
  • Membership
  • Commodity groups
  • Marketing
Each committee consists of a representative from each of the nine counties and meetings are held on a regular basis to address specific concerns.

The State organization and the individual counties have also become involved in a scholarship program and each year award deserving students a scholarship to continue their education.

The Farm Bureau is very active in Government and some of the Legislative Goals include:

  • Adoption of sensible land use policies which will preserve agricultural lands currently in use and suitable for use in the future.
  • Adoption of State and County governmental policies that will give farmers manageable water rate price structures and assure them of reliable water sources and adequate supply for their farms.
  • Adoption of continuing State and County support of farmers marketing programs to expand the export of local crops and promote greater local consumption of locally produced commodities.
  • Increase awareness of the economics and social contributions that agriculture makes to the State.

HFBF Policy Manual

This document contains our current policies. Each year we review this document to see what changes should be made. Click here to view the policies.

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