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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 March 1989

Vol. 48, No. 2 Block, Young Farmers weigh future of farming By KATHY B. SPRINGSTON VFBF News Editor WILLIAMSBURG—What's vogue farm philosophy on Capitol Hill? Competition and market-driven decision making is in, and supply management is out. That was the report former Secretary of Agriculture John R. Block gave Feb. 12 to about 450 youthful producers from 36 states attending the American Farm Bureau Federation's Young Farmers and Ranchers Leadership Conference. The national conference continued through Feb. 14 at the Williamsburg Hilton. The Virginia Farm Bureau Federation's Young Farmers Conference preceded there on Feb. 11-12. Block, who served under President Ronald Reagan from 1981 to 1986 and wrote the 1985 Farm Bill, said future farm policies are going to be influenced by the budget and a tightening on spending. He believes the primary tightening will be a reduction of target prices. "And as far as I'm concerned, the 4- or 5-percent cut in target prices is not life or death fo...

Publication Title: Farm Bureau News
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 March 1989

2 Why can we celebrate our food industry? March 19 kicks off Agriculture Week in Virginia and the nation. It is the yearly celebration of the important contributions agriculture makes. Numerous festivities are scheduled both in the Old Dominion and across America to attract the attention our industry deserves. And deserve recognition it does. Through continued agricultural advancements, the price of food and fiber has become nominal today. And that has allowed us to afford many other pleasures. By saving at the grocery store, we may be able to afford a second or third car, a boat, or perhaps a tropical vacation. There is no other nation on earth that can boast such low food costs. It hasn't always been this way. Our agricultural success has been fed in no small part by the judicious use of agricultural chemicals, including fertilizers and pesticides. Yes, pesticides and fertilizers have played a major role in our agricultural Will your survivors survive when you're gone? Editor's no...

Publication Title: Farm Bureau News
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 March 1989

March, 1989 SPRING PLANTING TIME SALE! <o*^ ORDER NOW WHILE STOCKS ARE LARGE SAVE UP TO 50% HOUSE OF WESLEY, NURSERY DIVISION, BLOOMINGTON, ILLINOIS 61704 BUSHEL BASKET SIZE V, PRICF SALE S CUSHION MUMS Reg.S2.Ooea. i ' 10 For $1.98 20For $3.75 COLORADO jn I 40F0r56.95 BLUE SPRUCE ~' '1% wonderful offer on popular Cush- BLUE SMOKE TREE -f lon Mums! Th e r e are dozens of V<£ 1 OO PII K w#lr# A. MIIL. L. pink red, yellow blooms on every -L* X JJ)A*vFvF t / „ OT? <t>o Plant These flowers grow more 3 For $2.90 1 50 PR 2 For $2.75 ' rnfi beautiful and bloom every year- c n n I, 7 , *4?Ta/A«.i < + ,I,t ' V Ca * 0 I. ~ ~ With little or no care. They will add 6F0r55.75 $ # ,iUy 3 For $4.00 ,T "J I % T |ft J?. beauty to your garden and supply 9 For $8.50 ,V4\ endless floral displays for your llv- -■ *. bJtfSjf''.»'*' JVI in July when most other trees have auit blooming, the <v L-* "!» ing room. These are our choicest 18 For $...

Publication Title: Farm Bureau News
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 March 1989

4 Lobbying gets some results (Continued from Page 1) committee killed four separate measures to allow some kind of elected school boards in Virginia. Farm Bureau opposed switching to elected school boards, fearing it would lead to more controversy and duplicate taxing powers in local government. Smoking bills drew fire Farmers and tobacco interests narrowly carried the day again this year when the proposed Virginia Clean Indoor Air Act failed by a vote of 20-19 in the Senate. The plan called for no-smoking areas in most public buildings, transportation and businesses. Meanwhile, Sen. Virgil Goode, D-Rocky Mount, introduced a bill to prohibit local governments from restricting smoking in private businesses, hospitals and colleges. The measure passed the Senate 22-18, and faced tough going in the House. New ATV restrictions set The assembly passed new restrictions for ATV riders prohibiting riders under age 12 and limiting the size of machines for riders age 12 to 16. Helmets will be ...

Publication Title: Farm Bureau News
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 March 1989

March, 1989 in a we the Hybrid poplar. As shown in the picture -it has a handsome M LUSH SCREEN M ONLY THREE YEARS AFTER PLANTING 9 FT. APART, shape and will actually shade a ranch-type home just 3-5 «-" iff years! We haven't found any tree that grows like It has a ,r*fcß^4fil J SiV ,Or a few reaches normally -Jjk j; resistant. And it can take the cold as far north as Canada. This is ,»- "fc-t'affi not the short-lived Lombardy poplar. This poplar often used to after and to reclaim land after strip min- V^.ffaj^M' ing. But, the best use to provide beauty and quick, cool shade "- &* The screen variety makes an ideal privacy hedge. It has a width of about 10' and grows to a dense screen usually in 3 years. TTllhfti/t r ilflr/lJf I IfDA r ■^BSS^UMHaw"'' We ship strong, 2-4' trees POSTPAID. SAVE UP TO 65% HOW TO GET YOOR FREE TREE... I N5246 Shade Variety N5247 Screen Variety j 2 Trees for only NOW $3.47 (minimum) Simply send us any size order on the order form below, and we ...

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Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 March 1989

6 Farm Bureau News Readership Survey Sweepstakes Complete and return this survey by April 10 and you could win $100 cash This survey is for VFBF members only and was designed to learn how the Farm Bureau News can serve you best. < . ' 1. Which type of member are you? (Check one.) CD Producer member: I produce agricultural commodities as a source of income or own farmland. This entitles me to vote or hold office. □ Associate member: I am not a farmer or farmland owner, but I have membership privileges except the right to vote or hold office. 2. I have you been a member years months. 3. Do you receive your free Farm Bureau News regularly? Yes D No D. 4. How much of the paper do you read? Please check the answer nearest to your reading habits: Most of the paper O 75 percent CD 50 percent CD oi less CD. . 5. Rank the following types of news from 1 to 6 in order of your interest in them: CD Farm Bureau activities CD agriculture information CD county Farm Bureau news CD insuran...

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Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 March 1989

March, 1989 ? . z Jg«gHHHMMi^^^»^J^»iiißHHCl_. BUY BEFORE APRIL 1 * # 1 OUR SUPPLIERS FOR SAFEMARK TIRES HAVE INCREASED PRICES. FARM BUREAU PURCHASED SEVERAL TRUCKLOADS OF TIRES BEFORE THE PRICES INCREASED. WE ARE OFFERING YOU THE OPPORTUNITY TO BUY AT THE OLD PRICES. THE NEW PRICES BECOME EFFECTIVE ON APRIL 1, 1989. HH ®@ toy wmn NI©W Q ® ALL-SEASON ALL-SEASON PLUS STEEL BELTED RADIAL f TOP*OF*THE*LINE«RADIAL 5 35 00 LHi $ AA°° %0 pi ss /B °R l3 ■■ %T P155/80R13 • Two tough steel belts resist punctures •Maintains aM-season capabilities for the P165/80R13 $36.00 P215/75R14 $47.00 P165/80R13 $48.00 P215/75R14 $59.00 P175/80R13 $38.00 P205/75R15 $46.00 P175/80R13 $51.00 P205/75R15 $61.00 PlB5/80R13 $39.00 P215/75R15 $48.00 PlB5/80R13 $51.00 P215/75R15 $61.00 PlB5/75R14 $40.00 P225/75R15 $50.00 PlB5/75R14 $54.00 P225/75R15 $64.00 P195/75R14 $42.00 P235/75R15 $53.00 P195/75R14 $54.00 P235/75R15 $68.00 P205/75R14 $45.00 P205/75R14 $59.00 SAFEMARK QUALITY^/ RADIAL L/T RADIAL DT 5-RIB TREA...

Publication Title: Farm Bureau News
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 March 1989

8 «=■■■» SAFEMABK 88l FARM TIRE pEL ■™> VALUES! g 6 * LONG BAR/SHORT BAR SAFEMARK MULT I ANGLE MULTI-ANGLE M/B , , • 23 Angle cleat • Excellent drawbar pull with • Barn Door Big long-bar short-bar lugs for im- • Designed for performance and valve proved traction • Designed for improved stability and roadability, plus • Strong angle-braced lugs have self-cleaning design body, and heavy duty rim shield 18.4—38 8 ply $416.00 20.8—38 8 ply $553.00 RADIAL M/B See jifTßi Long Bar/Short Bar Rebate • Revolutionary 3-lug per pitch HI FRONT TRACTOR design improves traction and nde £* • Computer designed "natural" • 3-Rib Tread shape casing improves tire body BgIOW # ® etter life I^Wl I I 600—16 6 ply $38.00 • Radial construction provides 650 —16 6 ply $41.00 better traction, lower fuel and 750 —16 6 ply $50.00 overall costs 9.5 L—ls 8 ply $85.00 1000—16 6 ply $82.00 18.4R34 * $474.00 1100—16 8 ply $110.00 18.4R38 * $529.00 Ky 20.8R38 * $728.00 VALUABLE COUPON 10% REBATE • Buy a pai...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 March 1989

March, 1989 J— T SPRING SAVINGS * Safemark MSI "QUALITY PRODUCTS" ISEESES FARM BUREAU MEMBER SERVICE SAFEMARK BATTERIES • Batteries to fit Auto, Truck, Farm, Boat, Lawn • SUPERIOR CRANKING AMPS ■ ■ • SAME MANUFACTURER AS JOHN DEERE, 1 ~.°« SArEMARKoU.UT, ■ FOR, CASE IH, VOLVO WHITE B specialty ■ Cranking 10% REBATE Cranking Group Size Amps Price • Receive a 10% discount on any Group Size Amps Price 24 410 $37.00 Safemark Battery 1 585 $41.00 24 600 $51.00 • OFFER EXPIRES MAY 1, 1989 30H 600 $66.00 74 600 $54.00 • Mail coupon along with proof of pur- 4DLT 750 $97.00 27 650 $60.00 chase to the Farm Bureau Products 5D 830 $70.00 55 450 $50.00 Division to receive your 10% Rebate 3ET 460 $61.00 Sample Sizes Check. Sample Sizes MMM-. 1 mmmmmm t\ *4. a iER • TOUGHEST! High productivity tillage tools for Farm Bureau Memb PLOW SHARES Your Farm Bureau member--14" Regular $ 8.35 14" Long Wear $10.15 Safemark tillage tools at 22" 7 $16.80 $17.25 16" Regular $ 8.80 substantial savings! 24" 3 $27...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 March 1989

10 SAFEMARK m QUALITY IS AN INVESTMENT... NOT AN EXPENSE yv CUTTING PARTS / \ K€3» "° °.° °~2L V> lyb v U °r> ° J / 0 0 M o o - Safemark cuts the competition down to size with top quali- / \ ty sickle knives, sections and guards. Gear up for hay season j \ now and save big over in-season prices! , —\J j y \j—^ # Sections • Guards • Bolts for sections / 0 v/ 0 \ (((Si) h • Riveted Sickles • Clips • Rivets • Bolt-on sickles • Wear Plates SAMPLE PRICES \ Rivet Sickle Price N New Holland 477,478 7' $56.00 1\ New Holland 479,488 9' $60.00 |[ rfpgT— m Ford 501 7' $44.00 RillT-nil J ohn Deere 1209 9' $76.00 rncrcncDC — Hesston PT-10 9' $96.00 HKIiIIHIS OpnwwM!| ISAFEMARK BALER TWINE f^n r : * ( 1 " 11 'Ijpp*" I V | ROLLER CHAIN Begins with SAFEMARK QUALITY LUBRICANTS 1 CALL YOUR LOCAL SAFEMARK DEALER OR COUNTY FARM BUREAU OFFICE FOR MORE INFORMATION FARM BUREAU NEWS March, 1989

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 March 1989

March, 1989 Goat farmer still fighting raw milk ruling By KATHY B. SPRINGSTON VFBF News Editor RICHMOND—An Albemarle County woman who has fought for nine years to supply people with unpasteurized goat milk isn't giving up just because the Virginia Supreme Court has ruled against her Share-a-Goat program. "111 give the milk away for now and sell manure," said Christine Solem, a smallframed goat farmer who could pass for the storybook Heidi. Since February 1986, Mrs. Solem has allowed lovers of raw goat milk who can't keep goats in their apartments or suburban neighborhoods to get the milk by owning shares of her dozen or so goats. For $50, a person could purchase a 24-percent share in a goat, which upon payment of a $3 daily maintenance fee, entitled him to a gallon of milk per day. Mrs. Solem retained a majority 52-percent share of each animal and was responsible for its care and the collection of the milk. Because a goat does not produce milk every day, Mrs. Solem pooled milk from ...

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Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 March 1989

12 Shenandoah board member involved in leadership class By KATHY B. SPRINGSTON VFBF News Editor WOODSTOCK-When Robert W. Peer of Shenandoah County and 19 other studious Virginians toured Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas and Tennessee this fall, they saw and discussed a problem those states and the Commonwealth share. In each, rural areas are losing their voices and legislative power. That's one reason the W. K. Kellogg Foundation provided initial support for Rural Leadership Development Programs, which encourage more young, rural leadership. Peer is a member of the second class of the Virginia Rural Leadership Development Program (VRLDP), a joint endeavor of Virginia State and Virginia Tech. It is for rural men and women, usually between ages 25 and 40, who are engaged in early stages of leadership and an occupation in farming, agribusiness, forestry, government, community service, industry, health care, homemaking, mining or commerce and business. Class sessions and a 10-day...

Publication Title: Farm Bureau News
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 March 1989

March, 1989 mwiHir ' VFBF Vice President Bruce Hiatt (left) talks with William Dickinson Jr., deputy commissioner of agriculture. At right, John Keeling, (right) assistant director of VFBF Public Affairs, makes a point to Del. G.C. Jennings, D-Marion. (Photo by Kathy B. Springston) Farm-City legislative night opens doors RICHMOND — Sometimes an idea about agriculture and government just makes more sense when you're eating Virginia ham, peanuts or other farm commodities. And a lot of discussion seemed to be taking place Jan. 25, when 41 state legislators and attendants and many Virginia Farm Bureau Federation officials and members gathered for the Farm-City Festival Legislative Reception at the Farm Bureau building. The VFBF Women's Committee sponsors the event each year while legislators are in town during the General Assembly. The reception is a good chance for Farm Bureau to get acquainted with urban legislators who may not know what we're all about. It reminds legislators that ou...

Publication Title: Farm Bureau News
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 March 1989

14 '^jmt^KLzZlL^jSM J. B. Tatum, current operator of the Halifax market, inspects some local canteloupes. The 11,500-square-foot building is in a convenient industrial park site. (Photos courtesy of VDACS) Purchase complete on first state farmers' market RICHMOND — The Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services has completed purchase of the Southside Virginia Produce Cooperative Inc., (SVPC) the initial market in the Virginia Farmers' Market Network. The market, in Halifax County, was acquired by the state for $680,188. Funds appropriated by the 1988 General Assembly were authorized for release by Gov. Gerald L. Baliles in December, upon approval of a long-term plan for opera- Weeds, rodents, low yields would rule (Continued from Page 2) In addition, the bill adds more regulator positions to VD ACS for closer monitoring. And it will step up training and licensing procedures for pesticide applicators. It will also develop methods to dispose of used pesticides and contai...

Publication Title: Farm Bureau News
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 March 1989

March, 1989 ANIMALS Goats—Spanisnor Nubian, etc. 703-632-8567. Angus Bulls 7 months to 15 months. Call 703-228-8496 or 2881. FREE CATALOG - WHOLESALE PRICES, BROILERS AND PEDIGREE LAYING CHICKS, TURKEYS, DUCKS, GUINEAS, GOSLINGS, REICH POULTRY FARMS, MARIETTA, PA 17547. PHONE 717-426-3411. FOR SALE: ONE-HALF INTEREST ($2500) IN PUREBRED SIMBRAH BULL. PROVEN HERD SIRE. THORN HILL FARM, INC. 703-775-5220. Registered Angus Bulls. Kadence Shoshone, Line backer, Pine Drive Big Sky, Premier Progressor, Bloodlines. $600. 804-288-9000. Dall Sheep, Moose, Elk, Caribou heads, Rugs. Other animals, fish. Six's Taxidermy. Wytheville, Va. Goats - Spanish or Nubian, etc. 703-632-8567. NEW HORSE AND CATTLE TRAILERS. PHILLIPS TRAILER SALES. RT 5 ABINGDON, VA. 703-475-3663. For Sale: 13 1/2 hands, 7 year old pony mare. Cute mover. Jumps. $1500. 703-832-5869. Purebred Tarentaise cattle. For information call 703-672-3946 or write: Geord M. Ashmun, P.O. Box 645, Orange, Va 22960. Horse Equipment and Sup...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 March 1989

I BF® I 11 1 1 11 1 ll iJP^I Pi „ JK ly aqy If your insurance program hasn't been reviewed in the past two years, you probably don't have the coverage you think you have. Vol. 47, No. 2 _ — mrTMiiirrrfMiiiiirrortr-"i mt mm ! SSS H £ ■ ■■ K mli ■■ ■B |HBBBi SH^^n Ki^D^^^Wii^i^Rk!^^! iW TI ilwrr^^li^ ; jf THE VOICE OF VIRGINIA'S AGRICULTURAL PRODUCERS ; 1 • ■spw ■ ■ • ■ ' 1 ■■ _ Jg. 'Wk§BkbßM3^^^Ww£L 7 t L mr fh U '*&&„ • ®*tef *'■?* «r» * &*; . J^gfl Ml j mk i I ■ Ml >* ' " - E^^»pJ ———^y BSmhb^^ HR zHm f jf " ? -'-tf ■ It Can Keep You From Wasting Money Your insurance advisor may discover that you're paying for coverage you no longer need. Or if you do not need additional insurance he can show you how consolidating your insurance might save you money. But at the very least he can keep you from suffering a financial loss because you're under insured. Call your insurance advisor today and ask for the annual check-up. It's another Blue-Rib...

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Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 April 1989

Farm Bureau Vol. 48, No. 3 Members go to the Hill Farm issues faced By KATHY B. SPRINGSTON VFBF News Editor And GREG HICKS VFBF Communications Director WASHINGTON — Virginia's senators and representatives on Capitol Hill were visited by about 115 messengers of the Virginia Farm Bureau Federation membership March 1. These leaders from 49 counties carried the legislators VFBF's concerns on the federal budget, taxes, the farm program, legal services reform, minimum wage, occupational disease notification, the American Heritage Trust Act and groundwater protection. They met by district with Congressmen Herbert H. Bateman, R-lst District; Owen B. Pickett, D-2nd District; Thomas J. Bliley Jr., R-3rd District; Norman Sisisky, D-4th District; Lewis F. Payne, D-sth District; James R. Olin, D-6th District; D. French Slaughter, R-7th District; Stanford E. Parris, R-Bth District; Frederick C. Boucher, D-9th District; and Frank R. Wolf, R-lOth District. Then the whole group met with Senators Joh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 April 1989

2 Apple scare: Let's set record straight Consumer groups recently have focused their attention on the apple growth regulator daminozide, commonly known by its trade name, Alar. These groups contend that residues of the chemical increase the risk of cancer in children. A group called the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) released a highly critical study Feb. 28, timed to coincide with a "60 Minutes" CBS television report on the state of pesticide residues in food. The segment was entitled: "A is for Apple." An interesting program, it wasn't factual and presented only one element in a very complex issue. Many key facts were omitted and the reporters failed to consult with the scientific community concerning studies on Alar. So, we'll try to set the record straight: * A recent National Academy of Science report on diet and health stated "there was no evidence that pesticides or Alar contribute significantly to cancer in the U.S." In fact, the two-year NAS study con- Everyone can...

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Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 April 1989

April, 1989 Crop insurance more important in '89 (Continued from Page 1) * Crop insurance is vital for the operator who already has a heavy debt load. Stone urges farmers to contact their Farm Bureau agents by April 15, the sales closing date, to participate in crop insurance programs this spring. (For fall plantings, the sales closing date is Sept. 30.) Next, the farmer needs to plant his crop by the final planting dates established for the particular crop and county. These vary. For example, some eastern counties can plant corn until May 15, but some cooler western localities can plant corn until June 10. Your agent has details, says Stone. (If a farmer is unable to finish planting by the final planting day, the policy offers a late-planting endorsement that limits coverage on acreage planted from one to 20 days after the final planting date. This endorsement must be signed on or before the final planting date.) After planting, the farmer must file an acreage report with Farm Bure...

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Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farm Bureau News — 1 April 1989

4 ■ W m 4KM fe ■ Mik ■ : « Ini w Jk VH New Choice Care 1000 rates begin Flan 500 with many paid-in-full medical services, your benefits begin. at $35.32 a month. s l^e cost °^ care as gone up ' P* ans or v * s * l your County Farm Bureau have increased in value. But Preferred rates office for information about our new low Depending on your age and the area of have stayed the same. Plan 200 and Plan 500 monthly rates and the security our plans offer. Virginia where you live, you may pay as little Preferred subscribers will continue to pay 1988 Also,ask about our statewide toll-free Customas $35.32 a month for up to a $ 1,000,000 in rates that are guaranteed through May 31,1990. er Service network especially for Farm Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Virginia health Bureau members. care benefits. No waiting periods for June 1,1989 Our low-cost Choice Care 1000 plan is de- COVCFH2C signed to protect you against large, unexpected I pi CIV IH medical expenses. Regardless of the plan you choo...

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