Here's to the start of a new year!
NDFB offices will be closed December 24-25 in observance of the Christmas holiday. May you all have a blessed, safe Christmas.
In a new post on My NDFB Life, Director of Public Policy Pete Hanebutt shares how Farm Bureau is a more than an organization. It's a family.
A new post on My NDFB Life by Alisha Nord-Donnelly shares how showing animals at North Star Classic has helped countless students learn about hard work and dedication.
The smell of cinnamon, sugar and apples filled the air as I walked into the kitchen at Woodward Farm.
Just like so many things, COVID-19 has altered AFBF's ability to hold an in-person annual meeting event.
NDFB Southwest Field Representatives Haley Robison is a rancher, and she knows how NDFB gives farmers and ranchers time.
NDFB Director of Public Policy Pete Hanebutt sings the national anthem as part of the NDFB Foundation's peer-to-peer fundraiser.
The NDFB Collegiate Farm Bureau Discussion Meet was held recently.
Pifer's Auction and Realty has generously offered to host NDFB's scholarship auction.
American Farm Bureau recently conducted a public opinion survey about attitudes regarding farmers and ranchers. There's a lot of good news. And little bad.
Honoring those who served by helping veterans transition from military service.
Individual freedom. Self-reliance. Independence. They are the core principles of NDFB. Joey Bailey shares her thoughts in a new post for My NDFB Life.
NDFB is pleased with the EPA's most recent dicamba decision.
More and more members are taking the NDFB Foundation Challenge. Learn more in a new podcast by NDFB President Daryl Lies.