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Latest News Releases from Utah Farm Bureau.

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Western farmers and ranchers urge administration toward better land management policies

11/6/2018

13 Western states are calling on the federal government to put in place more effective land management practices and policies.

Salina cattle auction celebrates its 50th anniversary, reflecting on past

10/23/2018

The auction recently celebrated its 50th anniversary, and the legacy of sacrifice, determination and hard work lives on at the auction barn in Salina today.

 It’s Apple Crunch Time in Utah

10/16/2018

Utah schools, early care sites, hospitals, colleges, community organizations, businesses and more will be celebrating National Farm to School Month and National School Lunch Week by crunching into Utah-grown apples.

American Farm Bureau: Environmental Litigation Reform Needed

10/7/2018

The need for oversight and reform regarding environmental litigation cannot be overstated

Utah Farm Bureau Applauds Trade Progress with Canada

10/5/2018

The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), was recently announced and if ratified, will replace the 24-year-old NAFTA.

Finalists Selected for Utah Leopold Conservation Award

10/2/2018

The award recognizes farmers, ranchers and foresters who inspire others with their dedication to land, water and wildlife habitat management on private, working land

Interior’s Sue and Settle Order Exposes Secret Settlements with Activists

9/26/2018

Activists have grown rich by suing the government and reaping billions of taxpayers’ dollars – and all in secret.

Farm Bureau Ag Innovation Challenge Offers $145K in Startup Funds for Entrepreneurs

8/16/2018

Farm Bureau, in partnership with Farm Credit, has opened online applications for its 2019 Farm Bureau Ag Innovation Challenge.

House Passes Precision Ag Bill

8/5/2018

The House recently approved a Farm Bureau-supported measure that will help close rural America’s digital divide.

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

7/31/2018

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.

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