June is Dairy Month and we have a few fun facts to share with you.
A battle over a farmer's right to use and care for his own land is one step closer to being resolved.
NDFB is one big family. Neighbors helping neighbors. New post on My NDFB Life from Public Policy Director Pete Hanebutt.
Finnegan is a dog. And he's living a pretty good life on Alisha's farm. Check out her new blog post on My NDFB Life.
Bad things can happen when you are in a hurry. Carie Moore is the District 4 representative on the NDFB Promotion and Education Committee and shared a poignant reminder that we felt compelled to share with NDFB members.
Why is American agriculture the envy of the world? It just might have something to do with the Homestead Act, which is celebrating its 158th anniversary today.
The Coronavirus Food Assistance Program has been announced. Read NDFB's statement.
Last week, NDFB staffer Joey Bailey shared her concerns about what summer will bring for her children in 4-H. This week, she got the news.
NDFB President Daryl Lies shares a few thoughts on agriculture while living through COVID-19 in a new podcast.
Senator Kevin Cramer is cosponsoring the PRIME Act, to make it easier for small farms and ranches to provide locally produced meat to consumers.
So many summer youth activities that families plan for are up in the air because of COVID-19. Read more in a new post on My NDFB Life...
2019 wasn't easy for farmers and ranchers. 2020 is not starting off great either. But together, we'll continue to grow. Watch the video...
U.S. Small Business Administration is making economic injury disaster loans available to U.S. agricultural businesses impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic
What can we expect as the country begins to open again? American Farm Bureau Federation's former chief economist, Bob Young, shares his thoughts.
NDFB President Daryl Lies addresses supply chain concerns amidst the COVID-19 pandemic in a new podcast