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Animal rights extremists still active

An editorial by Stewart Truelsen - The animal rights movement often is nonsensical like when female activists disrobe in public to protest the wearing of animal fur, or People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals files a lawsuit against SeaWorld for enslaving whales.

12/13/12 (Thu)

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Report shows little change in corn, soybeans

The Agriculture Department’s monthly crop report showed no change in the 2012 ending stocks forecast for corn and a slight decrease for soybeans compared to the prior month.

12/12/12 (Wed)

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S.D.'s Rep. Noem shares personal death tax story

The $1 million estate tax exemption and 55 percent top tax rate set to go into effect on Jan. 1 will be devastating to South Dakota, a state that runs on small businesses and family farms, like the one Rep. Kristi Noem (R-S.D.) grew up on.

12/11/12 (Tue)

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One young farmers story

A young farmer, and chairman of the American Farm Bureau Federation Young Farmer and Rancher Committee, talks about why estate taxes are a problem. Click the headline to watch the video.

12/07/12 (Fri)

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PNTR for Russia

The following statement was issued by American Farm Bureau Federation President Bob Stallman regarding Senate passage of Permanent Normal Trade Relations for Russia:

12/06/12 (Thu)

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Save with NDFB member benefits

“I had 200 double-sided full color copies made at Office Depot, and purchased a few other office supplies. The total bill was $262, but I gave the check-out clerk my special Farm Bureau Office Depot savings card, and when he recalculated the cost...

12/05/12 (Wed)

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National Ag Day essay contest

The Agriculture Council of America is calling on ninth- to 12th-grade students to submit an original, 450-word essay or a two-minute video essay about the importance of agriculture.

12/04/12 (Tue)

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New Val and Pal posted

Why do farmers feed corn to cows instead of people? Find out more on our Val and Pal page...

12/03/12 (Mon)

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Annie's Project coming in 2013

Annie's Project, a six-week program that helps farm women become better business partners in their farm or ranch operation, will be held throughout North Dakota for the seventh year.

11/30/12 (Fri)

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70th annual meeting photos posted

Photo highlights of the North Dakota Farm Bureau 70th annual meeting have been posted. The annual meeting was held November 16-17 at the Holiday Inn, Fargo.

11/29/12 (Thu)

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Estate taxes subject of Action Alert

We have posted a new Action Alert pertaining to estate taxes. Congress will need to address estate taxes during the lame duck session, or farmers will be facing a serious tax blow...

11/27/12 (Tue)

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Route 1000 classes subject of NDFB Newsline

Fall Route 1000 classes are getting underway this week, and in this week's NDFB Newsline, staff member Lisa Davis shares some of the requirements for the class and more.

11/26/12 (Mon)

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NDFB PAC elections held

Two individuals were elected to the NDFB PAC Executive Committee during the 70th NDFB Annual Meeting at the Holiday Inn, Fargo, November, 16-17.

11/23/12 (Fri)

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NDFB Priority issues for 2013

The priority issues for North Dakota Farm Bureau were established following the close of the 70th annual meeting, held Nov. 16-17 at the Holiday Inn in Fargo.

11/21/12 (Wed)

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Stewardship, neighbor-to-neighbor farming urged

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The American Farm Bureau Federation is pleased with the outcome of a year-long discussion of the Agriculture Department’s Advisory Committee on Biotechnology and 21st Century Agriculture on ways to promote coexistence in agriculture.

11/20/12 (Tue)

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