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12/03/15 (Thu)

The facts about beef

For years, Americans have been told to decrease red meat consumption. Dr. Gary Sides told those attending the 2015 North Dakota Farm Bureau Annual Meeting to do just the opposite.

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11/30/15 (Mon)

I farm because...

Corey and Jessica Hoglund of rural Mapleton will be featured in the next issue of NDFB's official publication Focus and in a video profile on this website.

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11/25/15 (Wed)

Thanksgiving: A season, holiday or way of life

Katie Heger of Underwood wrote a piece for American Farm Bureau's Focus on Agriculture editorial series. Click through to read it.

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11/25/15 (Wed)

Offices closed

NDFB offices in Bismarck and Fargo will be closed November 26-27 in observance of Thanksgiving. May you all have a blessed and safe Thanksgiving.

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11/24/15 (Tue)

Thanks giving

A special Thanksgiving NDFB Newsline, plus a blog post on Thanksgiving, by NDFB Public Policy Director Pete Hanebutt.

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11/23/15 (Mon)

Grand Canyon by train

Join North Dakota Farm Bureau and Premiere World Discovery on an exciting train trip through Arizona canyons and much more!

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11/19/15 (Thu)

WOTUS confusion and chaos

WASHINGTON, D.C. – If federal agencies are left the task of developing implementation guidance for the Waters of the U.S. rule, the result will be a continuation of the rule’s “liabilities, confusion and chaos.”

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11/18/15 (Wed)

Sweet holiday deals from Polaris

From now through December 31, you can save on new 2015-16 Polaris off-road vehicles.

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11/17/15 (Tue)

NDFB disagrees with Industrial Commission decision

NDFB doesn't agree with a recent North Dakota Industrial Commission decision to allow the Bank of North Dakota to buy down bad farm loans.

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11/14/15 (Sat)

Congressman Cramer addresses NDFB delegates

In a speech at the North Dakota Farm Bureau (NDFB) Annual Meeting in Fargo today, Congressman Kevin Cramer updated members on the recently passed two-year budget deal, which nearly cut $3 billion from the federal crop insurance program.

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11/14/15 (Sat)

Lies is new NDFB President

Delegates to the 73rd North Dakota Farm Bureau Annual Meeting elected Daryl Lies of Douglas to a two-year term as the organization’s president.

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11/13/15 (Fri)

Johannes gives final address

North Dakota Farm Bureau President Doyle Johannes urged members to remain vigilant on the Environmental Protection Agency’s Waters of the United States rule during his final annual address.

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11/11/15 (Wed)

Honoring our veterans

NDFB honors and thanks our veterans for their dedication and commitment to our country.

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11/09/15 (Mon)

Prepare for winter with Grainger

Winter storms are an expected seasonal event, but an intense storm can still immobilize an entire region.

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11/06/15 (Fri)

AFBF asks court to stop EPA abuse

AFBF and a coalition of groups is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to review a lower court ruling that gives EPA too much power.

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