We’ll see what the election brings. Regardless of the outcome, Farm Bureau remains focused on the mission to address the issues impacting rural Americans and those who farm or ranch, work in agriculture or the food industry and for consumers who eat and use American-grown and -raised products.
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from NCDA&CS[This article is the third in a series about North Carolina distilleries in honor of N.C. Spirits Month, which was first proclaimed in 2017. Each article is part of a “spooky spirits” theme ahead of Halloween.]
Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina has a long-time history of shipwrecks and
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from NCDA&CS[This article is the second in a series about North Carolina distilleries in honor of N.C. Spirits Month, which was first proclaimed in 2017. Each article is part of a “spooky spirits” theme ahead of Halloween.]
Not many people can claim to live as interesting a life as
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Hunters, hikers and residents are asked to be on the lookout for a deadly rabbit disease that has not been seen in the state’s wild rabbit population but is known to exist in the Southwestern United States. Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease Virus Serotype 2 is fatal to both wild and domestic
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North Carolina Farm Bureau’s mission is “to serve farmers and provide a unified voice for the interests and needs of the farming community.” As an advocate for farmers, we’re engaged at the local, state, national, and international levels and intervene on the behalf of farmers in legislative and regulatory matters. Chances are that if you’re reading this you probably already know about that. But you may be less familiar with NCFB’s Legal Foundation and the important work it does to look out for farmers’ interests. After all, our government has three branches and neglecting the Judicial Branch would jeopardize our advances in other policy areas. So settle in and get to know NCFB’s Legal Foundation in this quick interview with General Counsel Jake Parker.
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The Winter 2019 edition of North Carolina Field and Family is out now! In this issue, you’ll read about the annual poinsettia fundraising tradition at Homewood Nursery & Garden Center, discover five reasons to visit the N.C. Transportation Museum, get four tasty recipes that take coffee beyond the brew and more!
Statement by NC Farm Bureau President Shawn Harding on the cancellation of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline
North Carolina Farm Bureau is deeply disappointed by the announcement that the Atlantic Coast Pipeline has been canceled, costing eastern North Carolina’s farmers and rural residents critical opportunities for the future. North Carolina’s farmers and rural communities are facing unprecedented financial challenges that threaten their very survival, and for many,…
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