Farmers and ranchers need to adopt technology and they need to stand up for their rights. But most of all, they need to share their stories.
This new year, resolve to make safety a priority. Start by reviewing the answers to the top 10 safety questions asked in 2015, provided by Grainger.com.
Concerns that had been raised about USDA’s proposed dietary guidelines about red meat consumption were thankfully addressed.
The hotel deadline to register is January 15. Time is a wasting! What ARE you waiting for?
Educators looking for a fun, inspirational class to integrate ag into their class need look no further. We have the course for you!
Have you met our Farm Bureau members featured on our video page yet?
A new video produced by the American Farm Bureau Federation highlights the struggles a California farm family has encountered with federal water regulations.
As we gather together with friends and family for the holiday season, we share a special NDFB Newsline holiday message.
The Red River Farm Network featured NDFB President Daryl Lies in its Monday, December 21 newsletter regarding the upcoming AFBF presidential election.
American Farm bureau Federation says omnibus spending and tax extender bills are a win for agriculture.
American Farm Bureau Federation President Bob Stallman issued a statement today regarding a finding by the U.S. Government Accountability Office pertaining to the Environmental Protection Agency.
Wrap up the deals and wrap up the year in a new Chevrolet when you find your Chevy Holiday Bonus Tag.
The U.S. Supreme Court was urged to hear arguments on the Environmental Protection Agency’s plan to micromanage state land-use and development decisions under the guise of the Chesapeake Bay water quality “blueprint.”
Newly elected NDFB President Daryl Lies was featured in RFD-TVs 50 in 50 series that features the presidents of each state Farm Bureau.
North Dakota Farm Bureau scholarships are now online and worth $1,000 each according to North Dakota Director of Leadership Development Joey Tigges.