The latest Top News from Utah Farm Bureau.
Legislation would require greater transparency in federal agency communications about pending regulatory actions
SUU student makes Final Four at National YF&R collegiate discussion meet
The Senate confirmed Scott Pruitt as administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency.
Utah Farm Bureau congratulates FFA Chapters throughout the state for their many contributions to the future of agriculture.
The House recently approved a Farm Bureau-supported resolution (H.J. Res. 44) to stop an Obama administration rule that would weaken the influence of local and regional officials on Bureau of Land Management decisions.
While the FWS claims the listing will help protect the bee species, what does the first-ever addition of a bee species in the continental U.S. to the endangered species list mean?
The recently introducedFarm Regulatory Certainty Act, H.R. 848, would provide clarity to the law and to assure that agricultural nutrients are not subject to RCRA’s provisions.
A soybean farmer shared during a Food Tank forum last week how she uses new technology to use her land more efficiently.
The Agriculture Department’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service announced a final rule last month that would amend regulations under the Horse Protection Act.
Iowa farmer Michelle Miller explores whether the new, non-browning Arctic Apple and if it could change the public’s perception of GMOs.