The latest Top News from Utah Farm Bureau.
Congress is starting to get serious about tax reform.
A commanding majority of American voters support tax reform
Interest in local agriculture has inspired many homeowners to keep backyard chickens, goats and other livestock in residential areas where neighbors are far more comfortable with dogs and cats.
Each year the organization’s delegate body of farmer and rancher members deliberates and responds to challenges facing agriculture.
4-H alumni nationwide have a story to tell and a testimony to share when it comes to how 4-H has changed their lives, shaped their personalities and opened up doors, getting them to where they are today.
Someday a child may question where their food comes from
Dairy farmers are invited to take an online related to Federal Crop Insurance Corporation for a new dairy insurance policy
The so-called “dead zone” in the Gulf of Mexico increased this year, after excessive spring flooding throughout the Mississippi River basin.
The Northern Plains continue to have very dry conditions.
Finding willing hands to help plant, tend and harvest crops on America’s farmland is harder with each passing season