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4/30/14 (Wed)

Farm safety videos

With more than a few weather setbacks, farmers will be in a little more of a hurry to get their spring planting done. But safety should never be sacrificed for speed.

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4/29/14 (Tue)

Ditch the Rule website launched

Farm Bureau has launched the Ditch the Rule website to inform people about the recent "waters of the U.S." proposed rule.

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4/29/14 (Tue)

Ask a farmer: Why do farmers use fertilizer?

In today's installment of Ask a farmer, Carson, a farmer from Regent, talks about why farmers use fertilizer on their fields.

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4/28/14 (Mon)

Farm Bureau member testifies on water rule in Pennsylvania

WASHINGTON, D.C., April 28, 2014 – Pennsylvania Farm Bureau voiced its opposition to a recently proposed rule jointly issued by the Environmental Protection Agency and Army Corps of Engineers that attempts to expand federal regulation of land areas as “waters of the U.S.,” during a field hearing today before the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure.

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4/23/14 (Wed)

Ask a farmer: Why do farmers use high-tech equipment

In our continuing Ask a farmer audio series, Chris, a farmer from Wolford, answers the question, "Why do farmers use so much high-tech equipment?"

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4/22/14 (Tue)

Nothing greener than ag

On this 44th anniversary of Earth Day, we can truly say that U.S. farmers and ranchers are doing it right! They continue do more with less. What does that mean?

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4/22/14 (Tue)

Help us Ditch the Rule

North Dakota Farm Bureau is participating in a nationwide, grassroots campaign to stop implementation of a rule from the Environmental Protection Agency that will impose unworkable regulations on the nation’s farms and we need YOUR help!

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4/21/14 (Mon)

Corn with a capital C

Hettinger County Farm Bureau President Marlene Kouba has been presenting Ag in the Classroom information to area schools for 21 years.

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4/20/14 (Sun)

Update: Cavalier County FB town hall meeting

Cavalier County Republican writer Dee Entiz wrote the following story regarding Cavalier County Farm Bureau's April 16 rail shortage town hall meeting...

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4/17/14 (Thu)

Meet a Farm Bureau family: The Steekes

Trevor and Misty Steeke have a passion for agriculture and it shows in how they are raising their children.

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4/16/14 (Wed)

Get the truth from a real farmer

Agricultural communicator and advocate, Greg Peterson will be speaking at North Dakota State University on April 22 at 7:00 p.m. in Sheppard Arena on campus.

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4/14/14 (Mon)

Tomorrow is deadline day

Tomorrow is tax day, but it is also the deadline for the NDFB Metal Sign competition and for applications to be in for NDFB Scholarships.

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4/11/14 (Fri)

Ask a farmer: Why do many farmers have so much hay stacked up on their farms

In this week's Ask a Farmer segment, Ken, a farmer from Shields answers the question, "Why do farmers have so much hay stacked up on their farms?"

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4/10/14 (Thu)

Tax freedom day three days later

Tax Freedom Day is April 21, three days later than last year, according to the Tax Foundation, a tax policy research organization.

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4/09/14 (Wed)

Poll reveals top GMO questions

Cancer, allergies, food prices and how seed companies treat farmers are among the leading questions consumers have about GMOs and how our food is grown, according to a recent national survey.

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