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5/13/15 (Wed)

AFBF kicks off photo contest

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The American Farm Bureau Federation, in conjunction with the American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture, has announced the 2015 Farm Bureau Photo Contest.

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    5/12/15 (Tue)

    Office Max now included

    Great news! Farm Bureau members can now use their Office Depot SPC Card at Office Max stores and receive all the discounts available through the Office Depot Discount Program!

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      5/11/15 (Mon)

      Overhaul needed on Endangered Species Act

      In this week's NDFB Newsline, NDFB Public Policy Director Pete Hanebutt addresses the reasons the Endangered Species Act should be overhauled.

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        5/07/15 (Thu)

        Take advantage of Polaris summer deals!

        From now through June 30th, combine your exclusive North Dakota Farm Bureau $200 - $300 discount with great deals on select new 2014 and 2015 Polaris® off-road vehicles as part of the Ride into Summer Sales Event!

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          5/06/15 (Wed)

          Helping farmers advocate for GMOs

          WASHINGTON, D.C. - GetaMoveOn.fb.org is Farm Bureau’s just-launched advocacy website that gives farmers and ranchers a simple way to “Get a Move On” for GMOs.

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            5/04/15 (Mon)

            Samantha talks FFA

            NDFB is a strong supporter of FFA, and in less than a month, the organization will hold its state convention on the NDSU campus.

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              4/30/15 (Thu)

              Senates moves to stop EPA overreach

              WASHINGTON, D.C. – The American Farm Bureau Federation praised the bipartisan leadership of Sens. John Barrasso (R-Wyo.) and Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.) as they introduced the Federal Water Quality Protection Act.

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                4/28/15 (Tue)

                Drone flexibility needed for ag

                WASHINGTON, D.C. – Farmers and ranchers are eager to use airborne drones to improve their businesses, but they need flexibility to use these tools to their full potential.

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                  4/27/15 (Mon)

                  AFBF appeals flawed privacy decision

                  WASHINGTON, D.C., — The Environmental Protection Agency’s public release to environmental groups of personal details about the home locations and contact information of tens of thousands of farm and ranch families was unlawful.

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                    4/24/15 (Fri)

                    FLP at NDRA conference

                    NDFB staff member and Food, Land and People coordinator Jill Vigesaa is at the North Dakota Reading Association Conference in Minot.

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                      4/23/15 (Thu)

                      AFBF hails Trade Promotion vote

                      WASHINGTON, D.C., - The American Farm Bureau Federation today applauded the Senate Committee on Finance for its approval of the Bipartisan Congressional Trade Priorities and Accountability Act of 2015.

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                        4/22/15 (Wed)

                        Earth Day 2015

                        Don't believe every day is Earth Day to farmers and ranchers? NDFB asked farmers to share on a postcard why they farm. We noticed a theme...

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                          4/21/15 (Tue)

                          Grainger specials from now until June 30

                          In the market for welding equipment or a great chain saw? Grainger is running specials for Farm Bureau members!

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                            4/20/15 (Mon)

                            Earth Day is Wednesday

                            NDFB President Doyle Johannes talks about what Earth Day means to him in this week's NDFB Newsline.

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                              4/16/15 (Thu)

                              AFBF endorses bill to sink WOTUS rule

                              WASHINGTON, D.C. — The American Farm Bureau Federation asked Congress to pass legislation ordering the Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to withdraw the controversial “Waters of the United States” proposal.

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