When did carbon dioxide become a dirty word? NDFB President Daryl Lies weighs in, in this week's Dialogue with Daryl.
Educators attending the Bismarck Food, Land and People workshop got to taste the goodness of North Dakota agriculture.
Corne and Conny van Bedaf followed a dream that led to locating their 1500-cow dairy farm near Carrington. Watch the video.
This week, NDFB President Daryl Lies tackles the topic of overspending and special legislation session to address it.
Taking your kids on a road trip can sometimes be a challenge.
Whether it's the food vendor on the midway or the 4-Her showing his her her project skills, the North Dakota State Fair embodies NDFB and agriculture in our state.
In a former Farm Bureau life, NDFB Public Policy Director Pete Hanebutt was a lobbyist for Indiana Farm Bureau. Check out his insights on vice presidential candidate Mike Pence.
Are you in the market for tractors or hay equipment that work as hard as you?
What happens when the actions of too many of our citizens no longer sustain our country's basic moral and religious concepts?
NDFB President Daryl Lies was on RFD-TV today explaining the organization's corporate farming lawsuit. Click through to watch the video.
Freedom to debate. Freedom to disagree. Because it's not supposed to be easy.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Kevin Cramer joined Congresswoman Kristi Noem (R-SD) and Congressman Collin Peterson (D-MN) to introduce the bipartisan Wetland Determinations Efficiency and Transparency Act this week.
If you are thinking a get-away in early November is the right time to, well, get away, we have the trip for you!
What do you do when a government program uses a less-than-ideal non-government partner to work with farmers and ranchers on conservation programs?
8 hot dogs, and buns. 8 quarter-pound burgers on 8 buns with a cheese slice on each. Spare ribs, ketchup and mustard. Potato salad. Baked beans. Are you hungry yet?