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The virtual convention is free to all, and registration remains open throughout the event
If we really want to help local agriculture survive and thrive in Utah, we need to insist that our farm and ranch families have a local market for their food
Workshop topics range from the future of the livestock industry to financial planning for disasters and from standing up for agriculture with effective advocacy to sustainability in 2021 and what it will mean for farmers and ranchers.
Country singers Sara Evans and Phil Vassar will perform at the American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture’s Foundation Night In on Jan. 11 at 5 p.m. Eastern.
Members from Utah’s 28 County Farm Bureaus met socially-distanced in Provo and virtually throughout the state to select leaders for the state’s largest farming and ranching organization.
Despite the challenging year, farmers and ranchers throughout Utah have risen to the challenge to achieve great things.
For the first time ever, registration fees are being waived to give all Farm Bureau members and anyone interested in agriculture the opportunity to experience this event from the comfort and safety of home.
AFBF is excited to “open the doors” to this virtual convention with free registration to bring together farmers, ranchers and industry experts to discuss the top issues facing agriculture, including the impact of COVID-19, sustainability and the future of the supply chain, and will feature keynote speakers who inspire and motivate grassroots action.
I so respect and admire the role that each of my predecessors has played in ensuring a voice for the American farmer.
Farm Bureau remains focused on the mission to address the issues impacting rural Americans and those who farm or ranch, work in agriculture or the food industry and for consumers who eat and use American-grown and -raised products.