AAI membership consists of over 1,100 business locations across the state that supply feed, seed, crop protection chemicals, grain, fertilizer, equipment and additional products and services that benefit agriculture, as a whole. The AAI Services Inc., and the AAI Foundation, both wholly owned subsidiaries of AAI, provide specific services and educational opportunities to AAI members and eight statewide business associations regarding Iowa Agriculture.

ABAK is an organization established to provide a strong voice in support of Kentucky agriculture.  Members are primarily engaged in the sale and manufacture of fertilizer, agricultural chemicals, seeds, feed and equipment, as well as the provisions of related service, required to sustain and grow Kentucky’s agricultural economy.  

AEA represents an alliance of farm organizations and agribusinesses as they navigate public policies that have created a demand for natural gas all while restricting access to supply sources. The AEA works to inform and educate Congress, the Administration and state-elected officials about energy challenges and to encourage further measures to reduce gas demand and increase supply.

Founded in 1989, the Alabama Agribusiness Council brings together agribusiness producers, suppliers, processors, lenders, educators, international trade consultants, small businesses,
large corporations, and associations to advocate, enhance and promote agribusiness in Alabama as the collective voice.

ACMA strives to promote Alabama agriculture through strong cooperation and communication between government, private industry, and the universities. Emphasis is placed on education and issues facing Alabama agriculture, be they regulatory, agronomic, or political that affect our members.

The APFA is a nonprofit organization operating in the state of Arkansas that strives to foster and promote the dissemination of useful and practical information regarding all forms of plant food and lime, their application to crops of all kind, better cultural practices, and other related information which would result in the production of better crops and increased farmed income.

AAPFCO is an organization of fertilizer control officials from each state in the United States, from Canada and from Puerto Rico who are actively engaged in the administration of fertilizer laws and regulations; and, research workers employed by these governments who are engaged in any investigation concerning mixed fertilizers, fertilizer materials, their effect, and/or their component parts. 

The Certified Crop Adviser (CCA) and Certified Professional Agronomist (CPAg) programs of the American Society of Agronomy provide the benchmarks of professionalism for all consultants who advise growers or farm managers/operators on agronomic practices. 

Established in 1972, CPANC strives to communicate the value of crop protection chemicals to the agricultural community while also keeping citizens of North Carolina and professionals working in the field of crop protection informed on current on issues related to crop protection standards, initiatives and product quality.

Through partnerships, outreach and advocacy, the Far West Agribusiness Association's strives to enhance the business and safety environment for the fertilizer and agrichemical industry in Idaho, Oregon, Utah, Nevada, and Washington.

Fertilizer Canada is an industry association representing Canadian manufacturers, wholesalers and retail distributors of nitrogen, phosphate and potash fertilizer used in the production of agricultural crops that help feed the world.

The Fertilizer Industry Round Table (FIRT) is a forum that allows industry leaders, from across the supply chain, to share best practices, innovative technologies, global market trends, and ideas that positively shape the future of our industry.

Fertilizers Europe represents the major fertilizer manufacturers in Europe, devoted to issues such as competitiveness and profitability within the fertilizer industry or other matters within other areas of society in connection with the production or use of fertilizers.

The FFAA represents the fertilizer, limestone, agrichemical and agriculture biotech manufacturers, dealers and distributors doing business in Florida. Also, FFAA focuses on securing support for state research through increased state and federal appropriations and corporate contributions.

Founded in 1982, the FFF represents the combined efforts of fertilizer dealers, equipment manufacturers, suppliers of allied products, agricultural chemical producers, commercial laboratories and basic producers of plant nutrients while also providing research and educational funding for continued improvement in the application and efficiency of fluid fertilizers.

FAR is a non-profit research and education foundation created to improve the research, edFAR is a non-profit research and education foundation created to improve the research, education, economic vigor and sustainability of agriculture.ucation, economic vigor and sustainability of agriculture.

Established in 1966, GAC proudly represent over 1,000 member businesses throughout the state and provides a forum for the entire agricultural industry to share views, develop understanding and work on issues of common concern.

For over 50 years BGFES has provided a conduit for the timely passing of information throughout the plant food industry. The Georgia Plant Food Educational Society has fostered important and influence relationships between the University of Georgia researchers, manufacturers, dealers, government agencies, and ultimately; growers.

IFCA assists and represents the crop production supply and service industry while promoting the sound stewardship and utilization of agricultural inputs.

Formed in 2001, ACI brings together two longstanding agribusiness associations: the Indiana Grain and Feed Association and the Indiana Plant Food and Agricultural Chemicals Association in an effort to support members with legislative representation, industry insight and regulatory guidance.

Since 1974, IFDC has focused on increasing and sustaining food security and agricultural productivity in over 100 developing countries through the development and transfer of effective and environmentally sound crop nutrient technology and agribusiness expertise.

As the only international association for the global fertilizer industry, IFA is a nonprofit organization that represents and promotes the industry through its research and outreach initiatives. 

IPNI is a global organization dedicated to developing and promoting scientific information about the responsible management of plant nutrition for the benefit of the human family, including nutrient stewardship: applying the right product (source) at the right rate at the right time and in the right place.

KARA is a volunteer organization whose membership includes over 700 agribusiness firms that are primarily retail facilities that supply fertilizers, crop protection chemicals, seed, petroleum products and agronomic expertise to Kansas farmers. 

KGFA is a voluntary association with membership encompassing the entire spectrum of the grain receiving, storage, processing and shipping industry in the state of Kansas. KGFA’s membership includes over 950 Kansas business locations and represents 98 percent of the commercially licensed grain storage in the state.

MABA is committed to the development and prosperity of Michigan agriculture as a leader in state and national education, promotion and advocacy. MABA comprises the heart of the industry-seed, fertilizer, and crop protection manufactures, retailers and advisers; grain handlers; feed suppliers; and food processors.

MACA is an organization that’s goal is to research public issues relating to crop production and to work together to improve the croplife cycle via health, safety and public education.

MCPR exists to promote the proper use, storage and application of crop production inputs in an environmentally safe and agronomically sound manner; and to support regulatory and legislative initiatives which benefit retailers, manufacturers, distributors and custom applicators of crop production inputs.

The Missouri Agribusiness Association is committed to the agribusiness industry within the Show-Me State by offering services that will enhance the day-to-day operations of agribusinesses now and in the future. The mission of MO-AG is to advocate for the business of agriculture while offering services and networking opportunities for the agribusiness community.

MABA’S mission is to provide proactive leadership to assure the viability of Montana agribusiness by: supporting economically sound and environmentally responsible legislation and regulations, communicating with the university system, state and federal agencies and other groups to advance a positive agriculture and business climate, and promoting and enhancing a safety culture in agribusiness.

The Nebraska Agribusiness Association is an organization that provides unified leadership and influence creating tangible economic and educational value for Nebraska’s crop production industry professionals.

NYSABA is an organization that creates and support a mechanism for timely industry information distribution, represents and advocate the needs of the Agribusiness Industry in New York, and promotes scientifically sound agronomic practices.

NDAA’s mission is to improve the agri-business communities served by representing the membership in timely and innovative education, safety and legislative efforts. The Association promotes the stewardship of their soil with proper use of high quality seed, plant food, crop protection products, and related equipment.

Established in the late 1800s, OABA is a membership-based state trade association with membership that includes the manufacturers and wholesale/retail suppliers of plant nutrient and protection materials, the grain warehousing and marketing industry, the feed and seed industry, as well as companies providing equipment, financing, insurance, consulting, and other products and services for the agribusiness industry.

OARA is an organization that enhances and encourages the proper and correct use of fertilizer and agricultural chemicals used in agriculture production by assisting with educational programs. Their mission is to positively impact the sale, transportation, storage and proper use of agricultural fertilizers and chemicals as well as other agricultural products and commodities.

OFS is an organization that provides the public with education regarding the safe usage and importance of pesticides, fertilizers and biotechnology. OFS’s goal is to protect the right to farm and forest using modern technology to ensure sufficient food and fiber for the growing population.

Established in 1894, PennAg Industries Association is the premier agribusiness association in Pennsylvania. PennAg is a full-time, full-service membership association representing Pennsylvania agribusiness of all sizes and types that support and serve the entire food chain.

PFANC is an organization that leads a productive NC agriculture in the environmentally and economically sound use of nutrients by providing educational opportunities, promoting professional development and responding to regulatory issues.

RMAA promotes a diverse base of agricultural industries including chemical and fertilizer companies, grain and feed producers and agricultural workers across the Rocky Mountain region. RMAA is broader than agriculture itself, looking beyond business to support and promote: environmental concerns, water conservation, industry safety, and industry sustainability.

The purpose of SCFAA is to encourage through education the proper, correct, and safe use of pesticides, plant foods, and other related agricultural products and to promote better understanding, cooperation, and a high standard of ethics among all persons with pesticidal, plant food, and other related agricultural products interest.

SDABA is an organization that represents the owners, managers, and employees of retain agri-business facilities located in South Dakota as well as companies that manufacture and produce pesticides, fertilizer, seed and related equipment.

SCPA’s mission is to act as a spokesperson for the southern crop production industry at state and federal levels in legislative and regulatory affairs, to educate its members on legislation and regulations, provide opportunity for business contacts and to educate the public toward a better understanding for the need and benefits of crop production products.

TAPA is a non-profit organization established in September 1996 to promote, coordinate and disseminate information related to current recommended agricultural production practices among those engaged in research, education, manufacture, distribution and regulation of Tennessee agriculture.

TAIA is an organization that strives to be the premier agricultural industry association for Texas.

The Nature Conservancy is the leading conservation organization working around the world to protect ecologically important lands and waters for nature and people.

The Virginia Agribusiness Council is a non-profit member organization committed to representing the agriculture and forest industries in the Commonwealth with a unified voice through effective government relations efforts. VAC strives to advance the business interests of agriculture and forestry producers, processors, manufacturers, retailers, and suppliers.

The Western Plant Health Association advocates the environmentally safe and agronomically sound use of products for the production of safe and high quality food, fiber, and horticultural products. WPHA represents the interests of fertilizer and crop protection manufacturers, biotechnology providers, distributors and agricultural retailers in California, Arizona, and Hawaii.

WABA is a non-profit trade organization that strives to provide programs and services, education, train, manage regulatory and legislative affairs, and to be a strong unifying voice for the agribusiness industries of Wisconsin.

The Wyoming Agribusiness Association was formed over 50 years ago to represent the interests of the grain, feed and seed industry, share resources to enable a healthy agriculture and to encourage and protect a favorable business environment for industries servicing and supplying agriculture.