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What Little Red Hen Knew

Remember the childhood story “The Little Red Hen”?  Little Red Hen found a grain of wheat and asked who will help me plant this?...

Farm Bureau Supports Senate Bills to Alleviate Health Insurance Tax

Farm Bureau supports two Senate bills in Congress designed to give farmers and ranchers relief from the Health Insurance Tax. When the HIT goes...

Who Holds Farm Debt?

The Agriculture Department’s 2018 Farm Sector Income Forecast projected farm sector debt at a record-high $409.5 billion, up 4.2 percent, or $16.4 billion, from 2017 levels....

BLM seeks nominations for National Wild Horse and Burro advisory board

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is seeking nominations to fill three positions on its National Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board. ...

2019 LEADERSHIP RETREAT

Utah Farm Bureau Federation would like to invite Utah Board of Directors and Farm Bureau County Presidents and spouse/partner to the 2019 Leadership Retreat at The...

Cultivating Collaboration for Sustainable Food Systems

By By Erin Fitzgerald, CEO of the U.S. Farmers & Ranchers Alliance 2/6/2019 American farmers and ranchers wake up every day focused on their commitment to...

Farmers, Ranchers Need USMCA

  2/5/2019 “Farmers need the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement, and the sooner the better,” AFBF President Zippy Duvall said in a statement issued Wednesday. “U.S. agriculture needs strong trade...

Senator Offers Bill to Eliminate Estate Tax

  2/4/2019  Recently introduced in the Senate, the Farm Bureau-backed Death Tax Repeal Act of 2019 (S. 215) would give farmers, ranchers and others permanent relief from...

Women’s Conference

  2/3/2019 Come enjoy a relaxing and enriching time with the Farm Bureau Women! This conference is held for the purpose of uplifting and providing resources...

Utah Farmers Want Clean Water and Clear Rules

  By By Ron Gibson, President, Utah Farm Bureau Federation 1/25/2019   As a multi-generation farmer, I care deeply about the impact I have in my community of...

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