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Utah Farm Bureau elects leaders at recent convention
Utah Farm Bureau’s President and members of the Board of Directors and statewide committees serve two year terms and are elected from among the delegate body at the Utah Farm Bureau Federation’s annual convention, which took place last week.
Registration Open for 2022 American Farm Bureau Convention
Registration is open for the 2022 American Farm Bureau Convention, slated for Jan. 7-12, 2022, in Atlanta, Georgia.
Farm & ranch leaders to address critical issues at 2021 Utah Farm Bureau convention
The Utah Farm Bureau Federation (UFBF) will convene its 105th annual convention, November 17-19, at the Utah Valley Convention Center in Provo, Utah. The convention’s theme – Rising Up & Moving Forward – will address how despite challenging circumstances facing agriculture, such as extreme drought, continued pandemic disruptions, supply chain issues, etc., farmers and ranchers can be resilient and successful moving forward by connecting with others.
Utah Farm Bureau’s Tyson Roberts Selected 2021 Go Team Member of the Year
GO Team members are Farm Bureau’s key advocates and thought leaders, those whose views on a subject are taken to be authoritative and influential.
Experiencing Fall on the Farm with the Women in Ag Tour
The Utah Farm Bureau Women in Ag Tour took place in Utah County recently, taking guests to tour agritourism venues and apple orchards
Utah Farm Bureau Presents at One Utah Summit in Cedar City
The Utah Farm Bureau was asked to present on its creation of the Farmers Feeding Utah campaign and creation of the Miracle of Agriculture Foundation as a response to the challenge of the emerging Covid-10 Pandemic back in 2020.
Western Farmers and Ranchers Cope with Drought and Look for a Way Forward
Farmers and ranchers often deal with the uncontrollable factor of the weather, and this year Mother Nature has been on a relentless scorched earth campaign in the West.
Farm Policy from the Grassroots Up
Our unity is built from the ground up as our grassroots members set the policy priorities we advocate for here in Washington.
The Bounty of Fall
"Slow, steady progress has created grain harvests our ancestors could have never fathomed.”