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.
Ford and Farm Bureau have some exciting news to share.
Failure is always an opportunity for redemption. The epic tales we all were told while we were children were all stories of great redemption and glory, but redemption in and of itself requires failure as a prerequisite.