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Withdrawal of rules limits livestock development

Withdrawal of rules limits livestock development

Efforts to expand livestock development in North Dakota received a setback this week, according to North Dakota Farmers Union (NDFU), when the Trump administration withdrew rules that would have protected family farmers and ranchers from anti-competitive practices and...

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WILD hosts successful conference

The sky was the limit on Sept. 13-14 at the NDFU state office when more than 50 women from across the state gathered for a leadership conference. The event kicked off with Ladies Night on the 13th with shopping, networking activities and a self-defense informational...

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LFP can provide financial help to ranchers

LFP can provide financial help to ranchers

With the drought affecting ranching families across North Dakota this year, the Farm Service Agency encourages ranchers to take advantage of the Livestock Forage Program (LFP). According to FSA, LFP “provides compensation to eligible livestock producers who have...

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WATNE: NDFU sends 47 to national fly-in

WATNE: NDFU sends 47 to national fly-in

  The genesis of this column is a question I was asked from a reporter following an NFU fly-in to Washington, D.C., Sept. 11-13: “What is the importance of doing a fly-in?” I think it is a fair question, but perhaps it’s more of a symptom of the times and...

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Read October’s Union Farmer

Read October’s Union Farmer

Learn about Brad Fritel and his love of co-ops for co-op month, as well as NDFU's plan for delivering regional products to the restaurants in Washington, D.C., and this year's fly-in to the nation's capital. http://issuu.com/ndfu/docs/uf-october17?e=4843143/53894140

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