Young Farmers & Ranchers Articles
These articles have information of interest to young farmers and ranchers in Utah.
The Challenges Facing Young Farmers
Current tax proposals in Congress present major roadblocks for the next generation.
How Can Farm Families Make Succession Planning Easier?
Farm logs and notebooks in the glovebox are interesting nostalgia pieces, but far from a complete picture of operations.
5 Tips for ATV Safety on the Farm
All Terrain Vehicles (ATVs) are important tools for work on the farm, assisting in a variety of tasks such as checking on or herding livestock and hauling small loads.
Using Social Media Polls for Market Research
Social media has become an important tool for small farm and direct to consumer marketing, especially for communicating and staying in touch with customers
Sorenson Sheep Co. – Building a Future in Agriculture
All of the farms and ranches in the United States, big and small, work together to feed the world.
Scaling Mountains: Reflections from a Farm Bureau Leader
Farm Bureau County Leader Week is April 19-23
Young Farmers and Ranchers Tour of Utah is a Big Success
The Young Farmer & Rancher 'Tour of Utah' took the place of the normally scheduled trip to Washington D.C. that had to be postponed due to COVID-19.
Prospering While Balancing Farming and Family
Monthly Zoom meeting for young agricultural professionals featured farmers and advocates who are navigating the challenges of chronic stress and mental health while managing the demands of farm life.
Farming’s Future Depends on a Reliable Workforce and Developing the Next Generation
Farmers are committed to paying their employees a fair wage, but the existing system for H-2A wages sets unpredictable rates that make it hard for farmers to remain competitive