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Two Weeks Left to Nominate Your Pup for Farm Dog of the Year

8/19/2019

Farmers & ranchers are invited to submit nominations for the 2020 Farm Bureau Farm Dog of the Year contest

The Importance of Planning for Drought

8/19/2019

We all know that drought years will come again, so it's probably best that producers have a detailed plan to help them be as productive as possible during the drought

UDAF Urges Preparedness for Five-Year Brand Renewals in 2020

8/9/2019

The renewal process will be done electronically but registration through the mail may also be accepted.

USDA Releases Proposed Amendments to Greater Sage Grouse Land Management Plans

8/6/2019

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Forest Service proposed changes to how the agency manages greater sage grouse

Reviewing Projected Payments Under Dairy Margin Coverage

7/12/2019

An improvement on MPP, DMC is a voluntary program that makes payments when the national average income-over-feed-cost margin falls below a farmer-selected coverage level.

New Legislation Would Offer Relief During Weather-Related Feed Shortages

7/11/2019

A recently introduced bill would help farmers and ranchers alleviate feed shortages during planting seasons with high levels of prevent plant due to extreme moisture or drought.

June Cattle on Feed Report Shows Inventory Up from a Year Ago

6/29/2019

The increase of 1.6% is slightly above average analyst expectations

Tyson Fresh Meats to build food production plant in Utah

6/28/2019

The facility looks to add an estimated $27 million in new state tax revenue over the next 10 years

Why veterinarians are entering the vaccine debate

6/20/2019

The benefits of vaccinations far outweigh the risks when it comes to livestock and pets

Brand inspection fee changes coming July 1

6/14/2019

In an effort to align brand program management costs and revenues from brand fees, the Utah Department of Agriculture and Food (UDAF) is announcing changes to some of the fees and structure that were proposed by the Utah Livestock Brand Board and passed at the 2019 Legislative Session.

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