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Let us ‘Dare Mighty Things’ for the future of Utah agriculture

  It is often said that the best part of the Young Farmers and Ranchers program is the opportunity to get to know individuals throughout...

Utah Farmers & Ranchers Need Congressional Leaders to Fight for Free...

  For farmers in Utah, one of the most important things Congress can do is bring stability and certainty to the North American market. In...

How do Weather and Drought Impact Ag?

The American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture recently partnered with NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory to create a free curriculum on how weather and drought...

More than 50 Groups Indicate Their Support for Estate Tax Repeal...

Repeal is the most effective way to protect family-run businesses from the estate tax, Farm Bureau and more than 50 other organizations wrote in a...

Maria Nye–Nye Family Dairy

Maria Nye is the Ag Promotion chair for the District 7.  The five counties in the district range from very rural Kane to the...

Utah releases updated greater sage grouse conservation plan

SALT LAKE CITY –  Utah has an updated greater sage grouse conservation plan, Gov. Gary Herbert announced recently. You can review the updated Conservation Plan for...

Farm Bill Offers Glimmer of Hope for the New Year

Coming off one of the worst years that we’ve ever had, knowing that the farm bill had been passed by the end of December...

Is U.S. Agriculture Ready for Generation Z?

In 2001, millennials emerged as the top consumer demographic, but their children – Generation Z – will make up 40 percent of consumers by...

Federal Agencies Recommend Deepening Data Set for Determining Broadband Access

  A recently released White House broadband access report echoes Farm Bureau's call for use of more robust, detailed data when creating broadband maps. Lack of access...

How are farm animals not freezing in winter weather?

  Bundled up in scarfs, hats and gloves, families across the country are bracing for ice and snow with wind chills in the single digits....

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