Farmers and ranchers are essential to America's economy and security. NDFB advocates for agriculture, to benefit our nation and our future.
NDFB Public Relations Director Lisa Hauf shares her thoughts on a recent trip to the Robison ranch in southwestern North Dakota. New post on the My NDFB Life blog.
NDFB President Daryl Lies stopped by the side of the road on his way to the Bottineau County Farm Bureau Annual Meeting to voice this week's Dialogue with Daryl.
The annual NDFB gun raffle is underway. Get your tickets today!
According to an American Farm Bureau Federation economist, the beef and pork supply chain is recovering.
Her closest neighbor is four miles away, but life is never dull at the Robison ranch! New post on My NDFB Life from Haley Robison.
Farmhouse Treasures for You is an NDFB member-to-member publication you need to check out!
NDFB Public Policy Director Pete Hanebutt pens an Independence Day post for My NDFB Life.
It has been a long time coming, but the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement goes into effect tomorrow July 1.
Memories made. Time shared. Home is truly where the heart is. A new post on My NDFB Life by Becca Hennessy.
Agriculture has had its fair share of difficulties and it may be getting hard to cope.
North Dakota is experiencing drought in the west and too much rain in the east. But there is still beauty, and in a new podcast, NDFB President Daryl Lies encourages folks to photography it.
Then we've got you covered! Watch Chance and Zane do their farm chores.
Long-time county Farm Bureau leader Marlene Kouba is a guest poster on My NDFB Life.
Do you want to have a say in the future of rural North Dakota? A new podcast by NDFB President Daryl Lies explains how you can make a difference.