The latest Top News from Utah Farm Bureau.
America’s farmers and ranchers are not the only ones that benefit from the farm bill
The Utah Farm Bureau and the Dairy Council of Utah-Nevada are joining together at the 2018 FUSION Conference to offer powerful breakouts and the largest agriculture tradeshow in Utah. The meetings will take place January 26-27 at the Dixie Center in sunny St. George.
Utah Farm Bureau President Ron Gibson was elected to the American Farm Bureau's Board of Directors, and Wasatch County's Russ Kohler was elected Chairman of the American Farm Bureau's Young Farmers & Ranchers Committee.
Current North American Free Trade Agreement negotiations are a lot like a Sumo wrestling match, according to Ted McKinney
Approximately 90 agricultural leaders and Utah Farm Bureau members will be traveling to Nashville, Tennessee to join more than 6,000 other agricultural leaders from around the country at the American Farm Bureau Federation’s (AFBF) 99th 2018 AFBF Annual Convention and IDEAg Trade Show, January 5-10, 2018.
Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue recently applauded the accomplishments made by USDA over the past year.
Farm Bureau and Farmers Union announced a new campaign to raise awareness of the opioid crisis impacting farming communities
The web page shares the voting records of all members of Congress on issues that affect farmers, ranchers and rural communities.
The coalition is dedicated to advocating for investment in rural America’s infrastructure and understands that rural America’s infrastructure needs are fundamentally different.
The New Year is a time for new beginnings, when we resolve to do better, try harder, and make more of a difference in the lives around us