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Inquiry into EPA's WOTUS campaign?

A letter has been circulating in the U.S. House requesting the EPA Office of Inspector General investigate EPA's public relations efforts on the Waters of the United States (WOTUS) rule.

7/27/15 (Mon)

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Last week to save!

The New Orleans trip early booking deadline to save $100 is August 1, so if you are thinking New Orleans in December sounds fun, act soon.

7/24/15 (Fri)

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You CAN produce high quality hay

Mother Nature can wreck your hay crop. There are things you can do, however, to mitigate her wrath.

7/23/15 (Thu)

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Tax bill to help ag and small business

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Senate Finance Committee responded to the concerns of farmers and ranchers across America as it put forward a bill today to extend important tax provisions through 2016.

7/21/15 (Tue)

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Regulating by environmental "crisis"

Most people want to do their part to make the environment better and protect important species. But when we are sold a bill of goods about the causes of the "crisis" and the response is to impose government regulations, what is really happening?

7/20/15 (Mon)

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Members save a million!

Did you know that Farm Bureau members across the nation have saved over $1 million by participating in the Case IH incentive?

7/17/15 (Fri)

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AFBF issues GMO labeling statement

Congress is bringing food labeling into focus with H.R. 1599, according to AFBF President Bob Stallman.

7/14/15 (Tue)

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Stallman will not seek reelection

American Farm Bureau Federation President Bob Stallman announced today that he will not seek reelection in January 2016 following 16 years at the helm of the nation’s largest, most influential general farm organization.

7/14/15 (Tue)

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Polaris summer sales event

Shop now until July 27th and save on select new 2014-2015 Polaris® off-road vehicles at the Polaris Summer Sales Event.

7/10/15 (Fri)

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Rough roads impede economic growth

Country roads are in tough shape, according to recently released report by TRIP, a national non-profit transportation research group.

7/08/15 (Wed)

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Enter your summer pics in AFBF photo contest

The American Farm Bureau Federation, in conjunction with the American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture, reminds photogs to enter the 2015 Farm Bureau Photo Contest.

7/06/15 (Mon)

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We believe...

North Dakota Farm Bureau believes in the principles that made this country great. Happy Independence Day to all!

7/04/15 (Sat)

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Happy Independence Day

To commemorate Independence Day, Farm Bureau offices are closed Friday, July 3. Have a fun, happy and safe holiday weekend!

7/03/15 (Fri)

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Another lawsuit filed against EPA

In addition to the multi-state lawsuit in which North Dakota is involved, NDFB's affiliate American Farm Bureau Federation has joined with other agriculture and industry groups in filing another lawsuit against EPA's unlawful water rule.

7/02/15 (Thu)

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Smithsonian showcases ag innovation

The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History is introducing visitors to the ingenuity of America’s farmers and ranchers through new interactive exhibits and programming that showcase innovation in agriculture.

7/01/15 (Wed)

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