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TFB delegates led efforts to establish cattlemen as the driving force behind beef checkoff decisions.
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A tiny fertilizer pill could be a huge step in the high tech evolution in agriculture.
TFB voting delegates elected a new president and approved changes to the organization’s policy.
Wheat has received undue criticism in the press and on social media lately. Gene Hall and the Grains Council...
TFB President Kenneth Dierschke delivers his presidential address during the annual meeting.