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USMCA Clears the Way to Fire Up Ag’s Economic Engine

1/17/2020

At a time when farmers continue to face strong economic headwinds, the agreement is expected to increase U.S. agriculture exports by $2 billion.

The Zipline: It’s Time for Farm Bureau’s Family Reunion

1/17/2020

Sometimes we call our annual convention a Farm Bureau family reunion, because that is what it feels like when we see each other again.

Farmers Welcome Opportunities from China Agreement

1/15/2020

The United States and China today signed a “Phase 1” trade agreement that both countries say will lead to increased purchases of U.S. agricultural products by China.

UDAF Commissioner Kerry Gibson Announces Run for Congress

1/14/2020

Weber County Farm Bureau member and Utah Commissioner of Agriculture & Food (UDAF) Kerry Gibson announced his intentions to run for Utah’s first congressional seat.

President Trump to Speak with Farmers and Ranchers at Farm Bureau’s Annual Convention

1/13/2020

President Donald J. Trump, for the third year in a row, will address farm and ranch families at the American Farm Bureau Federation’s 101st Annual Convention.

Join us for FUSION Ag Conference, January 30-31, 2020 in St. George

1/10/2020

The Utah Farm Bureau and DairyWest are again joining together at the 2020 FUSION Conference to offer powerful breakouts and the largest agriculture tradeshow in Utah.

Participants Needed for National Survey on Agritourism and Direct Sales

1/10/2020

Results will be used to develop tools and resources for farmers. The survey will close January 31.

5 Ways to Ward Off Farm Theft

1/10/2020

With longer nights coming, there is more opportunity for criminals to target farms and rural businesses.

2020 Utah FUSION Conference

1/9/2020

2020 FUSION Conference to be held January 30 - February 1, 2020 at the Dixie Center in St. George, UT.

What You Need to Know About Farm Succession Planning

1/9/2020

As the new year dawns, consider carving out some time for farm succession planning

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