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National Read a Book Day is Friday, Sept. 6
Farmers & ranchers are invited to submit nominations for the 2020 Farm Bureau Farm Dog of the Year contest
With long and inconsistent hours, it’s not always easy to stay involved in your local community.
Farm dogs lighten the workload and enrich our lives by providing faithful and playful companionship.
For more information, and to find help, please visit farmtownstrong.org.
Farm Bureau women interesting in improving their media and advocacy skills are encouraged to apply for the Women's Communications Boot Camp in Washington, D.C.
You will be better for your experiences outside of your own fencerows
All women who are farmers, ranchers, farm/ranch employees, employed in agricultural businesses, pursuing ag-related higher education or supportive of agriculture in other ways are invited to participate in the survey
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.