Farm Action fights for a fair, sustainable, and healthy food system that empowers farmers, workers, and rural communities to feed their neighbors.
About us
Farm Action has been recognized by The Hill as an "influential force" in the movement to create fair competition in our food and farm system.
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In our fight for a Fair Farm Bill, we're taking on powerful corporate agriculture interests — and we need your help!
FAIR FARM BILL
Current policy allows imported meat to be mislabeled as a “Product of USA.” Let's stop global food corporations from cheating farmers and consumers.
TRUTH IN LABELING
We’re fighting to take away a billion dollar government fund that corporate interests have hijacked to lobby against farmers.
CHECKOFF REFORM
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U.S. policies enable the world’s largest corporations to control our food and farming system. Farm Action develops and advances bold solutions to stop corporate monopolies, hold government accountable, and build fair competition in rural America.

Farm Action in the News

Farm Action is fighting corporate monopolies in agriculture. For us, the fight for a fair food system is personal. 
Watch this short film to learn more about our farmer-led organization. 

News to Chew on Blog

Farm Action’s take on breaking news and developing issues.

The Food System: Concentration and Its Impacts

Our special report provides the latest updated data on the state of concentration in the food system, and illustrates what happens when just a few hands control how billions of consumers, farmers, and farmworkers work and eat.

Root of the Issue Blog

Explore what’s under the surface of our food and farm system.

The Feed-Meat Complex

In this must-read piece, we reveal how Big Ag corporations pocket billions of dollars in taxpayer-funded farm subsidies.

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The Truth About Industrial Agriculture

Our report exposes the devious ways monopoly corporations maintain control over our food system.
The truth is, industrial agriculture is an economically flawed system that only survives by spending billions of dollars on myth-based marketing campaigns and passing
the true costs of production on to taxpayers, farmers, workers, and everyone who eats.

Big Ag Mythbusters

Published alongside our groundbreaking “Truth About Industrial Agriculture” report, this mythbuster blog series debunks the tall tales that multinational food corporations use to defend their business model and defeat any meaningful reforms.