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9/04/18 (Tue)

Last few weeks to enter!

You could win a 2-year lease!

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8/31/18 (Fri)

Congressman Cramer receives endorsement

The North Dakota Farm Bureau PAC has announced the endorsement of Congressman Kevin Cramer for the U.S. Senate.

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8/31/18 (Fri)

Paul shares his last 4-h post

Over the summer, Paul Hanebutt has being sharing the process of raising and showing a 4-H pig.

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8/29/18 (Wed)

Mexico deal a good first step

NDFB President Daryl Lies addresses the recently announced trade deal with Mexico in his podcast.

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8/28/18 (Tue)

It's annual meeting season

NDFB Public Policy Director Pete Hanebutt shares his thoughts on annual meeting season...

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8/23/18 (Thu)

NDFB hosts news conference

State and national leaders set the record straight on health insurance.

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8/23/18 (Thu)

Accepting applications for leadership nominees

NDFB is accepting applications for volunteers to run for leadership positions on the NDFB State Board of Directors.

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8/21/18 (Tue)

We're exempt, for now.

Is bad policy ever truly dead? When it comes to WOTUS, apparently not.

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8/16/18 (Thu)

Ag Innovation Challenge underway

One lucky winner will be named Farm Bureau Entrepreneur of the Year.

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8/15/18 (Wed)

Three on the committee

NDFB President Daryl Lies talks about the farm bill conference committee in his new podcast.

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8/10/18 (Fri)

When your hard work pays off

Paul shares some good news about his 4-H pig in the newest post on My NDFB Life.

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8/10/18 (Fri)

Who's in charge?

American Farm Bureau Federation says a Trump administration decision returning authority over local waters to states is a boon to farmers and ranchers.

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8/08/18 (Wed)

Tripbeat BOGO sale

Tripbeat is having a sale you might want to check out!

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8/07/18 (Tue)

New benefit for NDFB members

If you want to save on Carhartt clothing, we have a deal for you!

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8/06/18 (Mon)

Do you want to compete?

If you're between 18 and 35 years of age and have been thinking about participating in the Discussion Meet, we have some news for you.

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