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For the first time ever, registration fees are being waived to give all Farm Bureau members and anyone interested in agriculture the opportunity to experience this event from the comfort and safety of home.
Lawmakers in Washington, D.C. are working towards an agreement on the 2021 spending package. What does the package mean for farmers and ranchers?
The packing industry should have gotten better at managing this challenge after the crash course in the spring, but whether or not plants have to be closed is still a risk, albeit hopefully a lower one.?
USU Extension received $200,000 to invest in pilot programs focused on mental health awareness and advocacy for farmers, ranchers and other isolated rural Utahns.
AFBF is excited to “open the doors” to this virtual convention with free registration to bring together farmers, ranchers and industry experts to discuss the top issues facing agriculture, including the impact of COVID-19, sustainability and the future of the supply chain, and will feature keynote speakers who inspire and motivate grassroots action.
Make sure you’re watching out for ice dams and snow overload on every roof of your operation.
The prestigious award recognizes farmers, ranchers and foresters who inspire others with their dedication to land, water and wildlife habitat management on private, working land.
The best thing farmers can do is truly listen to what consumers are saying – not so we can identify where consumers need education
We’ll remember this year as one for the ages. Yet, we still count our blessings and marvel at the beauty of fall.
The European Union recently announced tariffs of $3.99 billion on U.S. aircraft, as well as a range of agricultural and industrial goods.