3/14/13 (Thu)

NDFB Week poster contest winners named

A drawing contest for fourth and fifth grade students was held for North Dakota Farm Bureau Week, March 10-16. Students were asked to draw, “What is agriculture to you?” A winner from each grade level was chosen.

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3/13/13 (Wed)

NDFB President responds to Forum editorial

In today's Fargo Forum, North Dakota Farm Bureau was wrongfully accused of backing out on its support of SB 2211, the animal cruelty bill. NDFB President Doyle Johannes submitted the following editorial to the Forum...

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3/11/13 (Mon)

It's Farm Bureau Week: Participate in our video contest

The NDFB Promotion and Education committee is hosting a video contest. The theme of the contest is “I am Agriculture” and the purpose is to have people show how agriculture affects their lives. Everyone is affected by agriculture every day, even if they aren’t a farmer or rancher. We want to know your agriculture story!

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3/08/13 (Fri)

NDFB testifies on SB 2211

The House Ag Committee heard testimony on SB 2211, the animal cruelty bill, on Thursday. North Dakota Farm Bureau stood in opposition unless the bill was amended. NDFB lobbyist Tom Bodine testified for the organization.

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3/05/13 (Tue)

New taxes burdensome for farm and ranch families

WASHINGTON, D.C., — New Medicare taxes, the health insurance tax and penalties for failure to meet coverage requirements will harm the nation’s farm and ranch families, the American Farm Bureau Federation told Congress today.

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3/04/13 (Mon)

Missling talks FB Week in this week's NDFB Newsline

NDFB Executive Vice President Jeffrey Missling talks about next week's North Dakota Farm Bureau Week in this week's NDFB Newsline.

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3/01/13 (Fri)

Antibiotics remain important for animal and public health

WASHINGTON, D.C., March 1, 2013 – The American Farm Bureau Federation and other members of the Coalition for Animal Health this week hosted an educational briefing for congressional staff on meat production, public health and the importance of antibiotics. The briefing focused on helping legislators understand how and why farmers and ranchers use antibiotics.

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2/27/13 (Wed)

Audio posts of Legislature Today programs

NDFB will be posting audio segments from our Saturday sponsorship of the NDFB Legislature Today program on 550 KFYR-AM, 1100 The Flag and AM 1090.

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2/26/13 (Tue)

Choice Hotels spring savings

Choice Hotels, an NDFB benefits partner, has a special deal for members this spring: Take two separate trips, earn one night free.

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2/25/13 (Mon)

Factory farms on Val and Pal

North Dakota Farm Bureau's Val and Pal talk about factory farms in the newest radio spot, aired on 8 stations throughout North Dakota.

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2/20/13 (Wed)

Have you signed up your teen for a Route 1000 class?

Route 1000 classes are less than a month away. Have you signed up your teen driver for a class in your area?

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2/18/13 (Mon)

New Vehicle Purchase Program for FB members

North Dakota Farm Bureau members now have a better way to buy a new or used vehicle through the Farm Bureau Vehicle Purchase Program.

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2/15/13 (Fri)

NDFB hires Smith

North Dakota Farm Bureau hired Conor Smith as the organization’s Leadership Development Assistant for the southeast part of the state.

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2/13/13 (Wed)

AFBF statement on launch of U.S.-EU trade negotiations

“The beginning of comprehensive trade negotiations between the United States and the European Union holds the promise of expanded market access and an improved, science-based regulatory approach for agriculture and food...

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2/12/13 (Tue)

Bina recognized as PAL graduate

Rachel Bina of Park River was among a group of 10 outstanding young farm and ranch leaders honored on by the American Farm Bureau Federation as graduates of the organization’s sixth Partners in Agricultural Leadership class.

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