Sometimes circumstances derail your plans. My NDFB Life is no different.
A coronavirus aid package that includes nearly $25 billions in resources for rural America passed the U.S. Senate yesterday.
NDFB President Daryl Lies issues a new podcast on COVID-19 and how farmers and ranchers will keep doing what they need to do.
U.S. President Donald Trump issues a National Agriculture Day proclamation.
COVID-19 has thrown our state into turmoil. A new post on My NDFB Life by Joey Bailey shares hope.
Due to the developing situation with COVID-19, the Nodak home office in Fargo is temporarily closing to the public.
Wish you could recognize the signs of stress in farmers and ranchers? This online training can help.
A fruit farmer from Michigan shares his thoughts on herd health and our national approach to COVID-19
Shared values matter. And Heather Lang of Sterling was recently featured in FB News for sharing her values and how she and her family provide health, high-quality food.
NDFB President Daryl Lies talks about the new U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service wetland appeals process in his latest podcast.
March 8-14 is NDFB Week. It's a time for us to share our story, and encourage participation in an organization that stands for farmers and ranchers.
Where did February go? A new post on My NDFB Life by Northwest Field Representative Becca Hennessy.
Three county Farm Bureaus are sponsoring a screening of the movie Silo, in March.
March 1-7 is national Agriculture Safety Awareness Program Week.