North Dakota Farm Bureau stands opposed to a decision by American Farm Bureau Federation to link conservation compliance and crop insurance in the farm bill.
WASHINGTON, D.C., – The May World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates report released today by the Agriculture Department shows that a record corn crop is still reachable despite a slow start to planting season, according to American Farm Bureau Federation analysts.
An editorial by H. Scott Hurd, DVM, Ph.D - There are many pressures on livestock farmers today. Many of these pressures are not the typical economic and resource challenges faced by all businesses, but additional political pressures related to antibiotic use in food production.
“North Dakota Farm Bureau is pleased that a comprehensive, workable animal cruelty bill has been passed by the 63rd Legislative Assembly. Our lobbyists have worked diligently on behalf of our members to include provisions in the language that safeguard animal agriculture in the state, while still protecting animals....
WASHINGTON, D.C., — Poultry and livestock farmers scored a win Monday when a federal court rejected efforts by the Environmental Protection Agency to dismiss a case brought by West Virginia poultry farmer Lois Alt, according to the American Farm Bureau Federation.