9/21/10 (Tue)

An EPA dust-up?

Every once in a while we need to share editorials by other state Farm Bureaus because they either make so much sense, or they tickle our funny bone just a little.

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9/20/10 (Mon)

Lands' End offers big savings, starting Sept. 21

If you haven't checked out the Lands' End online store for Farm Bureau members, this week would be the perfect week. That's because you can save a bunch.

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9/17/10 (Fri)

NDFB hosts Measure One press conference

North Dakota Farm Bureau hosted a press conference today for the North Dakota Legacy Committee in support of Measure One.

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9/16/10 (Thu)

U.S. House candidate Rick Berg visits NDFB board

Candidate for U.S. House, Rick Berg, stopped by the North Dakota Farm Bureau office in Fargo to meet with the organization's board of directors today.

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9/15/10 (Wed)

NDFB posts pages devoted to Measure One and Measure Two

North Dakota Farm Bureau supports Measure One and opposes Measure Two and has launched web pages so people can learn more about each issue.

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9/14/10 (Tue)

Today is Protect Your Ground Water Day

Today is “Protect Your Ground Water Day,” sponsored by the National Ground Water Association to mobilize the public to take action to protect one of our most precious resources. The American Farm Bureau Federation supports Protect Your Ground Water Day and urges Farm Bureau members to take steps to protect ground water.

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9/13/10 (Mon)

Will Congress hit the books on estate taxes?

an editorial by Dal Grooms - Members of Congress and school children have wrapped up their summer recesses. Students have returned to their schools, giddy with tales of their summer adventures and with glowing anticipation for a new school year. Chances are good that members of Congress are a bit more somber on their return to Capitol Hill.

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9/13/10 (Mon)

Letters for Lyrics

Help the Ram Truck Brand and Zac Brown Band reach their goal of sending 1 million letters to U.S. soldiers with just a few "clicks" as the "Letters for Lyrics" campaign takes to the Web. More than 325,000 letters have been collected to date and many more are needed to reach their goal.

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9/13/10 (Mon)

Big Iron starts tomorrow

The Big Iron Farm Show starts tomorrow, on the Red River Fairgrounds in West Fargo, and Farm Bureau will be there, providing information on Measure One and handing out bottled water.

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9/10/10 (Fri)

2011 models now eligible for Dodge incentive

If you are in the market for new wheels, consider purchasing a Dodge through Farm Bureau's special member benefits incentive. As of today, 2011 model year Dodge and Ram vehicles are eligible for the $500 incentive.

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9/09/10 (Thu)

AgChat website features Val Wagner on homepage

Val Wagner, a farmer from Monango, recently attended an AgChat workshop in Chicago to learn more about telling agriculture's story through social media. The result?

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9/08/10 (Wed)

NDFB supports Measure One

North Dakota Farm Bureau is part of a coalition supporting passage of Measure One, a constitutional amendment that would provide the state with a permanent savings account.

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9/07/10 (Tue)

Today through Friday...

Lands' End is offering Farm Bureau members free UPS ground shipping on items ordered today through Friday.

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9/03/10 (Fri)

"Agvocates" embrace social media tools, tactics

an editorial by Jeff Fowle -- Aug. 30, 2010, could well be remembered as a tipping point in the efforts of farmers and ranchers to engage in conversations with members of the public–their customers. That was the opening day of the AgChat Foundation Conference, a hands-on gathering designed to empower farmers and ranchers to reach beyond the ag community through social media platforms. Fresh off that meeting, several memorable pictures stand out.

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9/02/10 (Thu)

Contact our U.S. Senators to repeal 1099 rules

North Dakota Farm Bureau members are encouraged to contact Sens. Conrad and Dorgan to support an amendment to repeal the new Form 1099 rules being promulgated by the Internal Revenue Service. Beginning in 2012, the IRS will require businesses to report more of its purchases to the IRS through the use of 1099s.

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