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The hype cycle

An editorial by Lynne Finnerty - Ever heard of the hype cycle Created by Internet consulting firm Gartner, Inc., the theory goes like this. New technology goes through a cycle, including a “technology trigger” phase, in which it generates excitement and press coverage; a “peak of inflated expectations” phase, in which the hype leads to unrealistic expectations...

2/03/12 (Fri)

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Focus online now posted

The February-March edition of Focus, North Dakota Farm Bureau's official publication, edited by Joey Tigges, is posted.

2/02/12 (Thu)

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New YF&R Committee members elected

Two young farm families were elected to the North Dakota Farm Bureau Young Farmers and Ranchers Committee, during the YF&R Leadership Conference at the Holiday Inn Fargo, January 27-29.

2/01/12 (Wed)

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Final four named in YF&R Challenge

Four young people from around the state were named the finalists in the North Dakota Farm Bureau Young Farmer and Rancher Challenge, held at the YF&R Leadership Conference in Fargo, January 27-29.

1/31/12 (Tue)

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Campaign management seminar coming in April

Are you considering a run for political office in North Dakota? If so, consider attending North Dakota Farm Bureau's Campaign Management Seminar in April.

1/30/12 (Mon)

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YF&R Leadership Conference is underway

The 2012 YF&R Leadership Conference is underway at the Holiday Inn in Fargo. There will be tweets and Facebook posts and much more throughout the event, so watch the hastage #ndyfr12 on Twitter...

1/27/12 (Fri)

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Egg legislation replaces science with politics

The American Farm Bureau Federation strongly criticized a bill pushed by the Humane Society of the United States and the United Egg Producers to implement an agreement they reached to replace decades of science-based animal care practices with strict government control.

1/25/12 (Wed)

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NDFB at the KMOT Ag Expo

North Dakota Farm Bureau will be at the KMOT Ag Expo in Minot, January 25-27, educating consumers young and old on the importance of agriculture and the petition to safeguard farming and ranching practices in the North Dakota Constitution.

1/24/12 (Tue)

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What we learned from RRFN today....

If anyone doubted that the Humane Society of the United States would be moving operations into North Dakota, think again. The Red River Farm Network reported in its latest newsletter...

1/23/12 (Mon)

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Hear on the farm

We're looking for farmers to participate in a University of Michigan hearing study. And you could make a little money doing it, too.

1/20/12 (Fri)

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Learn about farming and ranching here

Want to meet a farmer? Go to our virtual farm tour page and you can meet several.

1/19/12 (Thu)

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Register for leadership conferences today

The deadline for the room block at the Holiday Inn in Fargo for the YF&R Leadership Conference and the Youth Leadership Conference has been extended to January 20.

1/16/12 (Mon)

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New savings codes for

We have new updated savings codes for our members at

1/13/12 (Fri)

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AFBF delegates take Farm Bill position

National farm policy should be rewritten this year to establish a program that protects farmers from catastrophic revenue losses by using a flexible combination of fiscally responsible tools, said voting delegates at the American Farm Bureau Federation’s 93rd Annual Meeting.

1/12/12 (Thu)

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Now is the time to make estate plans

Attendees of the American Farm Bureau Federation’s 93rd Annual Meeting picked up valuable advice from Christopher Hesse on how to protect their estates. Hesse is a CPA with LarsonAllen Firm-Wide Tax Resource Group and a partner in a family farm.

1/11/12 (Wed)

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