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Utah Farm Bureau President appears on "County Seat' to talk impact of trade tariffs


Utah Farm Bureau President Ron Gibson appeared on "The County Seat' with Miles Hansen of the World Trade Center of Utah to talk about the impact trade tariffs are having on local farmers & ranchers

USU researchers test viability of cow chip technology


USU is conducting a pilot program in cooperation with Livestock Labs, to make sure the cows are as comfortable as possible

The perfect time to go to a Farmers Market


Now is a great time to visit farmers markets throughout Utah, with many fruits and vegetables at their peak for freshness and flavor

Utah Farm Bureau helping to ‘cultivate the seeds of safety’ during National Farm Safety Week


The third week of September has been recognized as National Farm Safety & Health Week

Trade Aid Round One: A State Perspective


The agricultural community has been eager to learn exactly how USDA would authorize up to $12 billion in trade aid

AFBF: Trade Relief Helps, But Export Markets are the Solution


While the package is welcome relief from the battering farmers and ranchers are taking in the ongoing trade war, the real solution is more export markets for U.S. agricultural goods

Farm Bureau Recognizes Communications Boot Camp Graduates


The American Farm Bureau recognized 15 farm and ranch women leaders -- including southern Utah's Sherrie Lou (Staheli) Tate -- as graduates of the organization’s 12th annual Women’s Communications Boot Camp.

Utah Farm Bureau Concerned & Cautious Regarding Trade Tariffs and Assistance Package


Utah Farm Bureau President Ron Gibson has made a series of media interviews recently regarding the impact trade tariffs are having on Utah farm and ranch families, the Utah ag economy, and the unsure future going forward.

Farmers Waiting for Details on Trade Assistance Package


The Trump administration recently announced a $12 billion relief package to help farmers who are struggling under the weight of trade disputes.

RFD-TV Market Day Report Features Puerto Rico Recovery Efforts


Puerto Rican farmers are working hard to get back on track, with recovery expected to take years. But there is hope.