The Arkansas Farm Bureau has instituted a work-from-home policy amidst the concern about the spread of novel coronavirus, which has led local governments and businesses to adjust how they conduct business. This policy will continue through March 30. During this period of remote work, ArFB employees will be accessible and responsive to members and stakeholders, by phone and email, as they would normally.
“We will work to protect our employees while working to ensure we meet the needs of our members,” said Warren Carter, executive vice president of Arkansas Farm Bureau.
“As the voice of agriculture in Arkansas, we understand that our farmers and ranchers will continue to get up every morning and go about their work to feed and clothe much of the world.”
Carter said decisions regarding the staffing at county Farm Bureau offices will be made at the local level.