8/14/13 (Wed)

Food TV offers farmers opportunities to connect

Iron chef. Chopped. The popularity of food shows is growing. It just shows you how important eating is to all of us. Food industry consultant Robert Giblin shares a few insights on celebrity chefs and celebrity farmers....(click on the headline for the story.)

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8/12/13 (Mon)

Outdoor Heritage Fund in effect

In this week's NDFB Newsline, North Dakota Farm Bureau lobbyist Eric Aasmundstad talks about the new Outdoor Heritage Fund law that went into effect on August 1...

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8/07/13 (Wed)

Harvest Hotline activated

BISMARCK – Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring has activated the North Dakota Harvest Hotline.

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8/06/13 (Tue)

Back to school with Collegiate FB

As students prepare to head back to school, NDFB Director of Development Joey Tigges talks with NDFB Newsline about Collegiate Farm Bureau and some of the benefits of belonging to one of the two chapters in the state.

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8/01/13 (Thu)

Video deadline one month away

Have you submitted your video in the NDFB Promotion and Education committee video contest? The theme of the contest is “I am Agriculture” and the purpose is to have people show how agriculture affects their lives.

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7/30/13 (Tue)

Office Depot back to school savings

If you have students going back to school, North Dakota Farm Bureau and Office Depot have a special back to school savings opportunity you won't want to miss. Click on the headline for more information.

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7/29/13 (Mon)

How does Farm Bureau gets its position on issues?

County Farm Bureaus are gearing up to take positions on issues in a process the organization calls policy development.

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7/26/13 (Fri)

Japanese beetles traced to Minnesota nursery

BISMARCK – Infestations of Japanese beetles in four North Dakota cities have been traced to a Minnesota-based nursery.

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7/22/13 (Mon)

NDFB set to move

NDFB is getting new digs in Bismarck. Click on the headline to learn more and hear an audio from NDFB Executive VP Jeffrey Missling.

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7/19/13 (Fri)

The future of agriculture

An editorial by Stewart Truelsen - “The farmer, if not absolutely rich, is at least independent,” according to one assessment of the state of American agriculture.

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7/15/13 (Mon)

NDFB supports House Farm Bill version

The NDFB board of directors met on Friday, July 12, and agreed to support the House version of the new five-year farm bill that N.D. Congressman Kevin Cramer was instrumental in getting passed.

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7/11/13 (Thu)

AFBF blog rebooted

The FBlog has been re-launched, with contributions from a diverse roster of Farm Bureau member bloggers. Today’s post, “Why Biotech Works” was written by Jeff VanderWerff...

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7/10/13 (Wed)

Project Safe Send

BISMARCK - Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring says farmers, ranchers, pesticide dealers and applicators, government agencies and homeowners can bring their unusable pesticides to any of the scheduled collections as Project Safe Send gets underway.

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7/09/13 (Tue)

AFBF files suit to protect farmers' privacy

Protecting farmers’ and ranchers’ right to privacy is a top priority, said the American Farm Bureau Federation, which took legal action recently to stop the Environmental Protection Agency from publicly releasing personal information about thousands of farmers and ranchers and their families.

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7/08/13 (Mon)

NDFB Newsline visits with national ag education winner

NDFB Newsline visits with national Excellence in Teaching about Agriculture winner Mary Kensok.

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