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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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N.D. joins multistate lawsuit against WOTUS rule

North Dakota has joined a multistate lawsuit to block EPA's Waters of the United State rule, according to Governor Jack Dalrymple.

6/29/15 (Mon)

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Ride into summer event ends tomorrow

As part of the Ride into Summer Sales Event, you can earn rebates of up to $1,400 on select new 2014 and 2015 Polaris off-road vehicles. But hurry!

6/29/15 (Mon)

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South Dakota rancher shares his love of his business

Farming and ranching runs deep in Josh Geigle's veins. While each story is unique, farmer and ranchers have a passion for what they do, and it shows.

6/25/15 (Thu)

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What's on a farmer's mind?

Everything from what role women play on the farm, to why farmers need to wear so many hats.

6/23/15 (Tue)

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New Orleans in December

Join North Dakota Farm Bureau on a holiday trip to New Orleans. You'll enjoy four nights in the French Quarter, a city tour, a tour of Oak Alley plantation, a cruise on the Steamboat Natchez and much, much more.

6/22/15 (Mon)

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In memory: Dean Kleckner

Former American Farm Bureau Federation President Dean Kleckner, 81, passed away earlier this week.

6/19/15 (Fri)

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National Safety Month:Tractor safety checklist

For our weekly safety awareness article to call attention to National Safety Month, we focus on tractor safety, courtesy of our Case-IH partners.

6/17/15 (Wed)

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Still time to save

There is still time to save a bunch on Polaris vehicles, an exclusive offer to Farm Bureau members!

6/16/15 (Tue)

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House Committee eliminates WOTUS funding

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Congressman Kevin Cramer announced the U.S. House of Representatives Appropriations Committee voted out of committee the 2016 U.S. Department of Interior (DOI) and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Funding bill by a vote of 30 – 21.

6/16/15 (Tue)

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