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Farm Bureau President Zippy Duvall reflects on AFBF's centennial, and the history and future of American agriculture
Apple Crunch is a way to get excited about delicious local produce, help students understand where their food comes from, and support local farmers.
Farmers and state lawmakers all saw how food comes from the farm to a product they can find on the shelves at their local grocery store – producing something like spaghetti to help feed the world.
If the U.S. is going to stay competitive and hold our spot as the world’s leading agricultural producer, we must renew our commitment to investing in the research that has made our farms and ranches the most productive and sustainable in the world.
Applications for the 2020 Farm Bureau Ag Innovation Challenge will be accepted through Oct. 14