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  • Idaho farmers expect to plant more grain acres in 2018 But they expect to plant fewer corn, sugar beet, hay, bean acres
    March 30, 2018
    Idaho farmers expect to plant slightly more grain acres in 2018 and slightly less hay, sugar beet, corn, chickpea and dry bean acres, according to USDA’s March 29 prospective plantings report. The report, compiled by USDA’s National Agricultural Statisti
  • The Right to Repair
    March 30, 2018 Video
    Since the dawn of time farmers have not only produced food but also fixed their own equipment. But manufacturers have made it impossible with computer codes. Farmers are fighting to get access to software codes.
  • Idaho Ranks 3rd Nationally in Census of Ag Surveys
    March 30, 2018 Blog
    Idaho farmers and ranchers rank No.3 in the nation when it comes to responding to 2017 Census of Agriculture surveys.
  • Idaho No. 3 in nation in Census of Ag responses
    March 30, 2018 Press Release
    Idaho No. 3 in nation in Census of Ag responses
  • Ellis joins Idaho Farm Bureau as media contact
    March 30, 2018 Press Release
    Ellis joins Idaho Farm Bureau as media contact
  • Idaho Visits Washington
    March 30, 2018 Video
    Ag Ambassadors with the Idaho Farm Bureau Federation trek to Washington to talk politics and take in the history of America.
  • Legislative Wrap-DC Ag news: IFBF podcast
    March 30, 2018 Podcast
    Here in Idaho, across the Street from our Farm Bureau studios The Legislature wrapped up late Wednesday night…I talked to our man at the Statehouse…
  • Judge rules in favor of potato farmers in PCN lawsuit
    March 29, 2018 Blog
    Claims by a group of potato farmers in Eastern Idaho affected by a federal pale cyst nematode quarantine program that they had no real voice in its crafting have been upheld by a U.S. District Court judge.
  • ELD Update
    March 28, 2018 Blog
    ELD update from the Ag Haulers
  • Dogs & Ticks
    March 28, 2018 Video
    Time to check your dogs for tick infestations.
  • Wednesday's Market Report-IFBF Podcast
    March 28, 2018 Podcast
    Corn futures are steady this morning. The weekly ethanol report will be released this morning. Planting of the corn crop is 43% complete in the South and that's even with last year but well ahead of the average pace of 33%. Taiwan is seeking 65,000 MT of
  • Local Wheat Up-Monday Market Report
    March 26, 2018 Podcast
    Live cattle futures were down 4% on the week in April futures, as the front months lost up to $2.20 on Friday. Feeder cattle futures are $1.92 lower on the day, with March losing 3% this week. The CME feeder cattle index was down $1.41 on March 22 at $137
  • Weekend Podcast
    March 23, 2018 Podcast
    Idaho lawmakers Thursday passed the Trespass bill that strengthens the protection of Private property rights. The bill amends the state’s often confusing and inconsistent trespass laws and consolidates them. House lawmakers voted 51-18 in support of House
  • Trespass bill protects property rights in Idaho
    March 22, 2018 Blog
    Idaho lawmakers today passed a common-sense bill that strengthens the protection of private property rights by amending the state’s various and often confusing and inconsistent trespass laws and consolidating them.
  • A right to repair: Farmers want computer codes
    March 21, 2018 Podcast
    Twelve states have right to repair bills up for consideration this year. Farmers are frustrated that cannot work on their own equipment without software repair codes.
  • Maxine Bell
    March 21, 2018 Video
    Maxine Bell, a Farm Bureau member, from Jerome retires from the Idaho Legislature after serving District 25 for 30 years.

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