Dickinson State University Collegiate Farm Bureau President Steph Bohrer was interviewed by Trent Loos, recently.
Radio personality Trent Loos spoke to students about agricultural advocacy at Dickinson State University last week. NDFB Newsline caught highlights from that talk...
According to the American Farm Bureau Federation, most people believe that the majority of today's farms are large corporate-owned farms.
Radio personality Trent Loos will be talking about agriculture advocacy to students at Dickinson State University this Friday.
The results of Marjorie McCullagh's HEAR on the Farm research project, show farmers are losing their hearing at alarming rates.
Cattle rancher and blogger Val Wagner, who also chairs the NDFB Promotion and Education Committee, shares insights into how unpredictable weather impacts ranchers and the cattle they care for.
Some producers in southwestern North Dakota lost livestock due to last weekend's unseasonal blizzard. In South Dakota, the losses were catastrophic, making national headlines.
Effective immediately the standard $500 Farm Bureau incentive available to members for acquiring eligible GM vehicles has been extended to include Buick Encore and Chevrolet Volt models.
Have you ever taken a nice country stroll and noticed that some corn and soybean fields appear to have perfectly even stripes occurring all the way across them?
NDFB's new director of public policy, Pete Hanebutt, talks with NDFB Newsline...
Two winners have been chosen in the North Dakota Farm Bureau Promotion and Education video contest. The theme of the contest was “I am Agriculture.” The purpose of this contest was to have people show how agriculture affects their lives.
North Dakota Farm Bureau has hired Pete Hanebutt as the organization’s Director of Public Policy.
A trip to Ireland. An additional $1,000 incentive on heavy duty regular cab trucks. Plus a whole lot more. Click on the headline for more information.
We are posting some of the audio guest spots by North Dakota Farm Bureau on our What's On Your Mind page. Click on the headline to learn more.
Precision agriculture technologies are used by more than 50 percent of U.S. farmers and ranchers. What does that mean? Click on the headline to learn more.