The Virginia Farm Bureau’s bronze sculpture was created in 2010, with the purpose of steering away from a corporate insurance company and establishing themselves as a true provider of insurance to the dedicated farmers of America. The sculpture is located in Richmond Virginia, at the headquarters of the Virginia Farm Bureau. The sculpture’s design was created by a local farmer’s daughter in Virginia and symbolizes a farmer looking over his crops, hoping for a year of prosperity.
The Farmer – Virginia Farm Bureau
Matt, We hope that you had a safe trip home! We want to thank you for the great job on the statue you built and helped installed in our building Tuesday and Wednesday September 21 and 22, 2010. There have many positive comments made and the statue will be a reminder to each person who enters our building that Virginia Farm Bureau Federation is an Agricultural organization. It was a pleasure to meet you and visit with you over several days. Again, thank you for your willingness to work patiently with us in the development of the statue and helping to make “The Farmer” a reality!– Bruce Stone - Safety Manager, Virginia Farm Bureau Insurance