Nationwide’s farming legacy can mean a Farm Bureau discount for you
If you live in a qualifying state, you can lower your cost of car insurance by joining your local Farm Bureau. Membership is inexpensive, and even if you have no connection to farming, you’ll receive great benefits, including Nationwide’s Farm Bureau discount, as you support your agricultural community.
The legacy of Nationwide Farm Bureau discounts
Nationwide was founded in 1925 as Farm Bureau Mutual by a group of Ohio Farm Bureau leaders. They were tired of paying city insurance rates to drive in the country, so they started their own insurance company. Today, Nationwide is one of the largest and most trusted auto insurance providers, but we’ve never strayed far from our roots. Nine state Farm Bureaus continue to work with us to provide discounts on auto insurance to their members.
How Farm Bureau discounts work
To earn a Nationwide Farm Bureau discount, you must be a dues-paying member in good standing with your local Farm Bureau. The discount is available in these states:
In addition to your Farm Bureau discount, you may also receive useful seasonal information from your Farm Bureau, including recipes, travel ideas and more.
Save even more with additional discounts from Nationwide