Media Coverage Articles




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.

Don’t Let the ‘Dirty Dozen’ Scare You


Purchasing choices are up to the individual, but they don’t need to be directed by fear

Food is for eating, not wasting


As much as 40 percent of the food we produce goes uneaten, according to USDA’s Economic Research Service.

LA Times Farm Bill Column Ignores Risks Farmers and Ranchers Face


A Los Angeles Times column on the farm bill that ran earlier this week relied heavily on the anti-progress agenda of those who oppose nearly every aspect of our nation’s modern food system.

Utah Farmers & Ranchers Invited to Participate in Trade Mission to South Korea & Taiwan


South Korea is Utah's #1 largest ag and food export destination, accounting for over $116 million dollars in ag and food exports from the state annually.

Utah hosts opioid misuse roundtable


USDA Rural Development is giving funding priority to two key program areas to address opioid misuse in rural communities.

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.

Food Waste Hack for Apartment Dwellers


How do you successfully compost in an apartment with no access to land or garden? The answer is a bit unconventional and may cause a slightly negative reaction, but hear me out – WORMS.

A Tale of Two Counties


Though the state as a whole has been an economic powerhouse, some of our rural counties have been left behind

American Farm Bureau Federation Helps Launch ‘No Taste for Waste’ Campaign


The “No Taste for Waste” campaign features an interactive website, special edition “bookazine” and social media resources for consumers interested in reducing household food waste