4/16/15 (Thu)

AFBF endorses bill to sink WOTUS rule

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The American Farm Bureau Federation asked Congress to pass legislation ordering the Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to withdraw the controversial “Waters of the United States” proposal.

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4/16/15 (Thu)

U.S House passes death tax repeal

North Dakota Farm Bureau applauds the House passage of a death tax repeal bill. Congressman Kevin Cramer was a co-sponsor of H.R. 1105, the Death Tax Repeal Act of 2015.

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4/15/15 (Wed)

An essay on ag and sustainability

A Virginia high school student penned an essay on agriculture and sustainability. And it won a national competition. Check it out by clicking through.

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4/13/15 (Mon)

Politics not science in endangered species listings

In this week's NDFB Newsline, NDFB Public Policy Director Pete Hanebutt talks about the endangered species listings that are more about politics than science.

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4/08/15 (Wed)

Food, Land and People classes posted

Educators! Are you ready to breathe some new life into your classroom? Then a Food, Land & People workshop is for you!

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4/07/15 (Tue)

New tractors in Case benefit

Case IH unveiled three new tractor lines during this season’s farm show circuit and all of them are eligible for the Case IH Farm Bureau member benefit.

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4/02/15 (Thu)

N.D. stuck in EPA WOTUS spin

Farmers in North Dakota will be in big trouble if EPA has its way on WOTUS. Read AFBF President Bob Stallman's special editorial by clicking on the headline.

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4/01/15 (Wed)

Cramer questions NRCS use of DU contract employees

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today Congressman Kevin Cramer sent a letter to National Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) Chief Jason Weller questioning his department’s use of Ducks Unlimited (DU) staff as field biologists.

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3/31/15 (Tue)

House committee chairs request EPA document

Three House Committee chairs requested documents from EPA to determine if the agency weighed the impacts of proposed WOTUS rules on farmers and ranchers.

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3/27/15 (Fri)

Farm Bureau members making a difference on WOTUS

Farm Bureau members across the nation have made an impact on U.S. Senators regarding Waters of the U.S., according to AFBF.

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3/25/15 (Wed)

Meet the Vaughns

District 1 Young Farmer and Rancher Committee representatives Craig and Kelly Vaughn are the topic of our newest Meet a Farm Bureau Family video series...

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3/24/15 (Tue)

Water rule goes too far

“Let me be very clear – everyone wants clean water,” a Nebraska farmer said to members of the U.S. Senate Agriculture Committee.

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3/23/15 (Mon)

What's on a farmer's mind?

As our thoughts turn to spring, farmer's thoughts turn to spring planting! Hear what's on Chris's mind in this audio spot...

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3/20/15 (Fri)

Morton County Farm Bureau Ag Day

Morton County Farm Bureau held its annual Ag Day on March 19. Watch what happened there, in 33 seconds.

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3/19/15 (Thu)

Young farmers concerned about adequate land

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Finding and securing adequate land to grow crops and raise animals was once again the top challenge identified in the American Farm Bureau Federation’s annual outlook survey of participants in the Young Farmers & Ranchers program.

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