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Farm Bureau Day at Statehouse
Idaho Governor C.L. "Butch" Otter signs a proclamation honoring the Idaho Farm Bureau Federation's 75th anniversary. Farm Bureau is Idaho's largest general farm organization.
American Farm Bureau Releases Videos on Big-Data Risks, Rewards for Farmers
Washington, D.C., – The American Farm Bureau Federation released a series of short educational videos today to help farmers and ranchers understand the rewards and risks of data-analysis technologies sweeping the agricultural landscape.
“Modern data technology offers great benefits for America’s farmers and ranchers, but these new advantages don’t come without some risks,” AFBF President Bob Stallman said.
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Voice of Idaho Agriculture
Gubernatorial Candidate Lacks Rural Perspective
The Idaho Farm Bureau Federation does not endorse candidates for statewide offices. However, statements posted on Idaho Gubernatorial Candidate A.J. Balukoff’s website are reasons for rural voters to be concerned. read more
We believe Idaho voters should be aware of and informed about the candidate’s position on wolves, monument designations and several others. The following statement is one example:
What do you think about the state wolf-control panel that Gov. Otter and the Legislature created this year?
“I think that was more about election-year politics than an attempt to create informed public policy.....
Voting Records and Capitol Reflections - Issue 12, 2014 - Final Session Issue
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The 2014 legislative session was productive for the citizens of Idaho and for the Idaho Farm Bureau Federation. Of the 17 items that Governor Otter highlighted in his Legislative Successes press release, four were in direct response to Idaho Farm Bureau’s policies and others support policy principles of our organization.
On at least two occasions, the Governor has used Idaho Farm Bureau as the example of how organizations and individuals can achieve success by working pro-actively and cooperatively, within the legislative process to identify problems and then develop solutions for those problems.
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