1/11/10 (Mon)

Lankin farmer makes AFBF Final Four

North Dakota Farm Bureau's Young Farmer and Rancher entrant to the American Farm Bureau Federation Discussion Meet has made the final four. The announcement was just made that Rachel Bina of Lankin, was among the four contestants

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1/08/10 (Fri)

Reminder: scholarship apps now online!

North Dakota Farm Bureau scholarships have been posted to the Promotion and Education scholarship page. North Dakota Farm Bureau's Promotion and Education Committee oversees a variety of scholarships to help those not only studying for careers, but for those who are attending college to change careers.

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1/07/10 (Thu)

Estate Tax: An onerous burden for family farms and ranches

Ask farmers or ranchers to tell you the greatest joys of their chosen calling and being close to the land, knowing that their work makes a difference and experiencing the fruits of their labor at harvest will all top the list. But the greatest joy may well be the a

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1/06/10 (Wed)

Staple food prices trend down for fifth straight quarter

Retail food prices at the supermarket decreased for the fifth consecutive quarter and are significantly lower than one year ago, according to the latest American Farm Bureau Federation Marketbasket Survey.

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1/05/10 (Tue)

Wyndham announces even better member benefit

If you're looking to save some extra dollars while traveling, and you are a Farm Bureau member, you are in luck. Wyndham Hotels recently announced that Farm Bureau members can save 20 percent off best available rates. Previously, the savings was 10 percent. What does that mean for you? An additional savings of $4-20+ per night.

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1/04/10 (Mon)

Consumer Freedom examines HSUS tax documents

The Center for Consumer Freedom recently posted a story about the Humane Society of the United States and where they spent the money they raised. In the article, "Unpacking the HSUS gravy train," the CCF noted: "The bottom line is the same as it ever was: HSUS rakes in millions from unsuspecting Americans who may confuse the animal rights group with an unaffiliated local humane society."

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1/04/10 (Mon)

AFBF: Beyond the Gateway

In early January, Farm Bureau members from across the country will convene in Seattle, Washington for the American Farm Bureau Federation’s 91st annual meeting. With the theme “Passage to Success,” the Jan. 10-13 meeting will offer attendees opportunities and ideas to play a bigger role in the global community while achieving greater success at home.

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