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1/16/14 (Thu)

From precision ag to big data

Precision ag is being replaced with “Big Data” and “AgInformatics” as sources of innovation in agriculture.

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1/14/14 (Tue)

YF&R couple featured in Agweek

Travis and Dana Dagman, Young Farmer and Rancher Committee members from District 3, were featured in Agweek.

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1/13/14 (Mon)

Hog hunting

Val Wagner, North Dakota blogger, farmer, mother of four boys and NDFB P&E Chairman went hog hunting in Texas.

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1/13/14 (Mon)

Nodakers in Texas

We have a few highlights from the AFBF Convention on our NDFB Facebook page. Check them out.

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1/10/14 (Fri)

Blogging from AFBF Convention

NDFB Promotion and Education Committee chair Val Wagner will be blogging from the 95th annual AFBF Convention this weekend.

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1/09/14 (Thu)

New year, new resolve

Fourth-generation farmer Glen Cope of Missouri shares his thoughts on the new year and how it brings new resolve for farmers and ranchers....

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1/07/14 (Tue)

379 million pounds

According to a statistic on the GMOAnswers.com website, that is the reduction in pesticide applications in the United States from 1996 to 2009 as a result of GMO use.

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1/06/14 (Mon)

AFBF convention preview

NDFB Public Information Specialist Lisa Davis shares what will be happening during the American Farm Bureau Federation 95th annual convention, coming next week.

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1/03/14 (Fri)

My American Farm releases global ag game

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture has released a new educational game entitled “The Great Seed Search” that gives learners the opportunity to experience the global nature of the agriculture industry.

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1/02/14 (Thu)

Have you signed up yet?

It's January. The holidays are over. Pretty soon, the winter blahs will set in. But NDFB has the perfect solution: Attend the Farm and Ranch Conference.

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12/31/13 (Tue)

AFBF chief economist reviews the year that was

It’s that time of year when we mull over what happened over the last 12 months. American Farm Bureau’s chief economist Bob Young...(click on headline for more)

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12/30/13 (Mon)

Year in review, part 2

Last week, NDFB Executive Vice President Jeffrey Missling shared the organization's successes in the 2013 Legislature and moving into a new office building in Bismarck. This week, he talks about how other state Farm Bureaus viewed our work and what's on the horizon for 2014.

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12/27/13 (Fri)

Duck Dynasty "beardless brother" keynote at AFBF Convention

Alan Robertson, the “beardless brother” on A&E’s hit reality TV show “Duck Dynasty,” will be the keynote speaker at a general session at the American Farm Bureau Federation’s 2014 Annual Convention, Jan. 12-15, 2014, in San Antonio.

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12/23/13 (Mon)

Year in review, part 1

NDFB Executive Vice President Jeffrey Missling talks about some of the successes of the organization in 2013.

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12/20/13 (Fri)

The value of agriculture

Did you know agricultural exports are a big deal for the U.S. economy?

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