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2/05/15 (Thu)

What's on a farmers mind: Developing young leaders

After a month off of our regular spots to promote the Farm and Ranch Conference, we're back with "What's on a farmer's mind?" This audio series is part of NDFB's Tuesday What's On Your Mind sponsorship.

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2/04/15 (Wed)

WOTUS rule scrutinized

At a rare joint hearing today, House and Senate lawmakers examined the impacts of a proposed Clean Water Act rule on state and local governments.

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2/03/15 (Tue)

YF&R Discussion Meet winner named

Alisha Nord of Fargo is the 2015 North Dakota Farm Bureau Young Farmer and Rancher Discussion Meet winner.

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1/28/15 (Wed)

AFBF concerned about privacy lawsuit dismissal

“Farmers, ranchers and citizens in general should be concerned about the court’s disregard for individual privacy,” American Farm Bureau Federation President Bob Stallman said in a statement issued today.

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1/26/15 (Mon)

EPA on notice

In this week's NDFB Newsline, Farm Bureau's Public Policy Director Pete Hanebutt talks about a new congressional subcommittee that will watch over the administration's energy and environmental agencies and their policies

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1/22/15 (Thu)

Survey says!

Farmers will need to engage in conversations with consumers for the long term if they are to build trust in today’s food system.

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1/21/15 (Wed)

Collegiate Farm Bureau builds future leaders

Former North Dakota State University Collegiate Farm Bureau member Courtney Hawbaker talks about why she got involved in CFB in our newest video testimonial.

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1/19/15 (Mon)

FLP online course posted

Educators: The newest Food, Land and People online course will begin on February 10 and run through May 1.

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1/15/15 (Thu)

NDFB recognized for Foundation support

North Dakota Farm Bureau was one of several state Farm Bureaus recognized for outstanding financial support of the American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture.

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1/14/15 (Wed)

Farm Bureau delegates set 2015 public policy positions

SAN DIEGO - Farmer and rancher delegates to the American Farm Bureau Federation’s 96th Annual Convention approved resolutions that will provide the organization grassroots authority to ask Congress to finish many measures that remain unsettled at the start of 2015.

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1/13/15 (Tue)

Managing taxes through the downturn

SAN DIEGO - A tax specialist presented strategies to help farm business owners lower their income and estate taxes at a workshop at the American Farm Bureau Federation’s 96th Annual Convention and IDEAg Trade Show.

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1/12/15 (Mon)

Wagner posts blog from AFBF convention

North Dakota Farm Bureau's Promotion and Education Chairman Val Wagner posted a blog form the AFBF convention yesterday...

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1/09/15 (Fri)

More than a million reached by My American Farm

The American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture has announced that it has reached more than 1.5 million school-age youths through its educational “My American Farm” program.

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1/08/15 (Thu)

AFBF part of coalition advocating Cuba trade

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The American Farm Bureau Federation today joined with 30 other agricultural organizations in announcing the formation of the U.S. Agriculture Coalition for Cuba.

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1/07/15 (Wed)

New southwest field representative

North Dakota Farm Bureau welcomes its newest staff member, Rachel Abeh.

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