Delegates to the 75th NDFB Annual Meeting, held at the Holiday Inn, Fargo, Nov. 17-18, reelected Daryl Lies of Douglas, to a two-year term as NDFB President.
"We don't sell widgets. We sell a philosophy." NDFB President Daryl Lies delivers his annual address during the opening session of the 75th Annual Meeting.
As we prepare to celebrate 75 years of NDFB, it seems history does repeat itself.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Educator guides for Food and Farm Facts, the American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture’s 32-page, full-color book of facts and easy-to-read infographics, are now available for grades 4-6 and 7-12.
Are you thinking about running for a county commission seat? Mayor? A seat in the North Dakota Legislative Assembly?
Aryel is on to the next adventure...
She didn't grow up on a farm...
Technology sustains life and makes it better, even in farming and ranching.
NDFB encourages safe teen driving with a $500 reward
NDFB wouldn't work without its volunteers.
U.S. Senator John Hoeven spent Thursday morning, Oct. 12, at NDFB’s Bismarck office.
Freedom. Opportunity. Self-reliance. They aren't just buzzwords.
The ability to look back and see the ups and downs, the changes and challenges we survived...
Newest "My NDFB Life" blog post focuses on the good that can be done when we stand together.