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Utah Farm Bureau has Two Graduates Recognized in Partners in Advocacy Leadership Class


The American Farm Bureau Federation recently honored 10 outstanding young farm and ranch leaders as graduates of the organization’s ninth Partners in Advocacy Leadership class, two of which came from Utah.

Utah Farmers & Ranchers Need Congressional Leaders to Fight for Free Trade


Simply put, it’s high time to put aside costly disputes and get back to business with our allies in Canada and Mexico.

Let us ‘Dare Mighty Things’ for the future of Utah agriculture


With the continual increase in demand for local food and a limited amount of good farm and ranch land to grow that food, I believe that there is a wonderful future in Utah agriculture.

How do Weather and Drought Impact Ag?


The Foundation for Agriculture recently partnered with NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory to create a free curriculum on how weather and drought impact agriculture

Accepting Applications for Century Farms/Ranches


Recognizing Utah farms and ranches that are family-owned for 100 years. Century Farm & Ranch Applications are due April 1, 2019.

More than 50 Groups Indicate Their Support for Estate Tax Repeal Bills


Repeal is the most effective way to protect family-run businesses from the estate tax

Utah releases updated greater sage grouse conservation plan


The updated greater sage grouse conservation plan will guide the management of bird in Utah for the next five years.

Farm Bill Offers Glimmer of Hope for the New Year


What do I see as promising in the new farm bill? The opportunities for growth, trade and individualization within our farming businesses.

Is U.S. Agriculture Ready for Generation Z?


Gen Z already is showing its independence and economic power in driving food trends

Federal Agencies Recommend Deepening Data Set for Determining Broadband Access


Lack of access to broadband is a major problem in rural America, with 30 percent of rural Americans without it, while only 2 percent of urban Americans are disconnected.