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Latest News Releases from Utah Farm Bureau.




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


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

House Passes Precision Ag Bill


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


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.

Leopold Conservation Award Program Seeks Utah Nominees


Know a Utah farmer, rancher or forester who goes above and beyond in the care and management of natural resources? Nominate them for the 2018 Utah Leopold Conservation Award®.

Grilling for July 4th More Affordable This Year


Farm Bureau’s informal survey reveals the average cost of a summer cookout for 10 people is $55.07, or $5.51 per person.

House Farm Bill Passage a Win for Farmers


By approving the 2018 Farm Bill, members of the House recognized the serious economic challenges facing farmers and ranchers across the country.

Utah Farm Bureau names Clayton Beckstead as regional manager


The Utah Farm Bureau Federation has named Clayton Beckstead as its new northeast regional manager.

Farm Bill Vote a Blow to America’s Farmers and Ranchers


The risk management tools of the farm bill are too important, particularly at a time of depressed farm prices.

Farm Bureau Hails Publishing of Food Disclosure Standard


AFBF President Zippy Duvall hailed the proposed food disclosure standard in a statement issued recently.

Advocates Made as Utah’s Young Farmers and Ranchers Visit Washington


Though many hands are needed to get the work going on the farm, the Utah Farm Bureau recently sent the largest contingent of young farmers and ranchers ever to Washington, D.C.