A Denver Broncos jersey signed by Peyton Manning? What about a Nationwide helmet signed by Dale Earnhardt Jr.? And it's all to help ag literacy!
This week, in our What's on a farmer's mind segment, Marty talks about how property taxation is a form of human predation.
North Dakota Farm Bureau and county Farm Bureaus across the state are strong supporters of FFA and 4-H programs. And these programs are strong and growing.
NDFB offices in Fargo and Bismarck are closed on Christmas Day and December 26. Merry Christmas everyone!
Farmers from Minnesota have finally answered the question “can reindeer fly?” Micheal Clements has the story.
As we prepare to celebrate the holidays, NDFB Executive Vice President Jeffrey Missling shares a special audio greeting.
The North Dakota Farm Bureau Promotion and Education (P&E) Committee Chair, Val Wagner of Monango, has been appointed to the national American Farm Bureau Federation Promotion and Education Committee.
American Farm Bureau Federation President Bob Stallman made the following statement this morning regarding the passage of HR 5771 by the Senate.
North Dakota Farm Bureau offers its members a variety of value-added benefits, from A to V. And no, that's not a typo.
Students pursuing a graduate degree, high school students preparing for college and undergraduates majoring in agriculture should consider applying for North Dakota Farm Bureau scholarships.
Lucas Lang is a young farmer from Sterling. He is also the president of Burleigh County Farm Bureau.
And a 2014 Polaris Sportsman 400 four-wheeler. Sound interesting?
In this week's NDFB Newsline, American Farm Bureau Federation Senior Director of Regulatory Relations, Don Parrish, talks about issues surrounding wetlands mitigation.
If you have concerns about road weight limits and how that impacts moving your equipment on the road, then attending a North Dakota Department of Transportation Truck-Weight Education session might just be the ticket. (No pun intended.)
Supporters of genetically modified crops were declared the victors in a National Public Radio program debate held Dec. 3