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10/26/18 (Fri)

Don't be discouraged by the process

Just get out and vote! New post on the My NDFB Life blog by Pete Hanebutt.

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10/23/18 (Tue)

Telling the positive story of modern ag

NDFB President Daryl Lies shares more information about NDFB and On Your Table in this week's podcast.

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10/22/18 (Mon)

NDFB featured in regional ad campaign

NDFB and its new micro-site called On Your Table are getting some national network time in Minnesota and North Dakota.

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10/19/18 (Fri)

A family that hunts together...

New on the My NDFB Life blog...

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10/15/18 (Mon)

It only takes a second

New on the My NDFB Life blog...A life can be changed in the blink of an eye.

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10/12/18 (Fri)

It's #NationalFarmersDay

October 12 is National Farmers Day and we thought we'd share a new Chores with Chance to celebrate!

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10/09/18 (Tue)

Dialogue: NDFB on COOL

NDFB President Daryl Lies explains NDFB's position on Country of Origin Labeling.

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10/08/18 (Mon)

Dinner, information and Farm Bureau

A new blog post on My NDFB Life about District 9's successful Fall Round Up.

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10/04/18 (Thu)

Looking for a compact tractor?

Need the perfect compact tractor for every season?

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10/02/18 (Tue)

Congressman Cramer receives Friend of Farm Bureau award

NDFB awarded Congressman Kevin Cramer the “Friend of Farm Bureau” award today.

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9/28/18 (Fri)

Propaganda hurts future of ag

Members of Dickinson State Collegiate Farm Bureau wrote a blog post in response to a billboard promoting veganism in Dickinson.

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9/25/18 (Tue)

NDFB responds to corporate farming ruling

NDFB has reviewed -- and will continue to review -- the order on motions in the corporate farming lawsuit.

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9/24/18 (Mon)

Meet a N.D. grape farmer

He was a corn and soybean farmer until 2003...

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9/19/18 (Wed)

Need a combine?

Case IH has you covered!

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9/19/18 (Wed)

Neighbors helping neighbors

Although the extent of damage done in North Carolina by Hurricane Florence is still unknown, it's time for Farm Bureaus across the country to come together to help our neighbors.

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