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Women count in agriculture

5/11/2019

Participants will be entered to receive one of five $100 gift cards after the survey closes on June 21.

Utah Rancher Turns Waste Wool into Nourishing Plant Pellets

5/8/2019

Along with 2,800 sheep, Wilde, his father and two brothers raise cattle and irrigated crops, primarily alfalfa, on land that’s been in the family since the 1860s.

Farm Bureau Selects 10th Partners in Advocacy Leadership Class

4/23/2019

The American Farm Bureau Federation recently selected an outstanding group of young farmer and rancher leaders as the organization’s 10th Partners in Advocacy Leadership class, including another leader of the Utah Farm Bureau Federation.

Madsen & Sunderland families premiere on 'The American Farm' docu-series April 4 on History

4/4/2019

Utah Farm Bureau's own Brett & Jenna Madsen, and Jenna's father Scott Madsen, will make their television debut with a new docu-series "The American Farm", premiering tonight (April 4) on History at 10pm ET, 8 p.m. MT.

Suzzy Rowley - Sowing the Young Seeds

3/30/2019

March is Women’s History Month and the Utah Farm Bureau Federation & American Farm Bureau are taking the time to highlight women in agriculture.

Vicky Osguthorpe -- Better Than Diamonds

3/29/2019

March is Women’s History Month and the Utah Farm Bureau Federation & American Farm Bureau are taking the time to highlight women in agriculture.

Taking Care of the Ranch and the Rancher

3/28/2019

March is Women’s History Month and the Utah Farm Bureau Federation & American Farm Bureau are taking the time to highlight women in agriculture.

Maria Nye -- "I was NOT going to marry a dairy farmer."

3/27/2019

March is Women’s History Month and the Utah Farm Bureau Federation is taking the time to highlight women in agriculture. #Womeninag

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

3/7/2019

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 are farm animals not freezing in winter weather?

3/1/2019

When temperatures drop, the health and well-being of the herd are on the forefront of a rancher’s mind.

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