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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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4/08/14 (Tue)

New stackable GM Bonus cash offered to FB members

Farm Bureau is pleased to announce that a new FB Member Advantage! “Bonus Cash” program with General Motors is available to members, effective immediately.

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4/07/14 (Mon)

EPA "Waters of the U.S." rule dismaying

NDFB Public Policy Director Pete Hanebutt talks about the Environmental Protection Agency's "Waters of the U.S." proposed rule and why it's a bad idea.

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4/02/14 (Wed)

Office Depot specials for April

What's greener than agriculture? Not much! But Office Depot is providing members with some pretty amazing savings in April.

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4/01/14 (Tue)

No fooling! Scholarship deadline coming up soon

The deadline for North Dakota Farm Bureau's 2014 scholarships is coming in two weeks!

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3/31/14 (Mon)

Less corn, more soybeans

WASHINGTON, D.C., – A crop report issued today by the Agriculture Department indicates that America’s farmers are preparing to plant 91.7 million acres of corn, 4 percent less than a year ago and the lowest amount planted to corn since 2010, according to the American Farm Bureau Federation.

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3/28/14 (Fri)

Ask a farmer: Why farm?

In this week's Ask a Farmer segment, Levi, a young farmer from Ypsilanti answers the question, "Why do young people want to farm?"

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3/27/14 (Thu)

Statewide population growth in ND

BISMARCK, ND – The U.S. Census Bureau today released the agency’s annual metropolitan/micropolitan area and county population estimates showing population growth across all regions of North Dakota.

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3/26/14 (Wed)

365 sunrises, 7 billion mouths

In 1969, the United States accomplished a feat once thought impossible: sending a man to the moon. This accomplishment was not completed overnight; it was comprised of small steps that contributed to the overall success.

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3/24/14 (Mon)

Tuesday is National Ag Day

Tuesday, March 25, is National Agriculture Day. Activities in Washington, D.C., will include an educational briefing, luncheon, panel discussion, reception and dinner at the Agriculture Department.

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3/24/14 (Mon)

Farm Bureau's grassroots

In this week's NDFB Newsline, Farm Bureau Public Policy Director Pete Hanebutt talks about the organization's grassroots policy and political action process.

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3/19/14 (Wed)

Ask a farmer: Property rights

A Farm Bureau member from Mercer County answers the question: Why are farmers so concerned about property rights.

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3/17/14 (Mon)

Deadline under a month away

The deadline to apply for one of North Dakota Farm Bureau's scholarships is just under a month away.

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3/14/14 (Fri)

Educator workshops scheduled

Food, Land & People educator workshops have been scheduled for this summer.

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3/13/14 (Thu)

Young farmers share concerns

WASHINGTON, D.C., — Securing adequate land to grow crops and raise livestock was the top challenge identified again this year in the American Farm Bureau Federation’s annual outlook survey of participants in the Young Farmers & Ranchers program.

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