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America's Agriculture Challenge

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Your voice is the one that matters—not lobbyists or associations. Those with no connection to agriculture are poised to listen. We, as farmers, must answer the call.

Use the resources below to learn more and take action.
 

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Stories from Farm Journal Media

  • Video: Farmers Tell EPA to Ditch the Waters of the U.S. Rule
    05/28/2014
    Missouri farmers use video to share their views on EPA’s proposed rule about expanding the federal authority over the "waters of the United States."
  • Will the Proposed Clean Water Act Hurt or Help Farmers?
    03/26/2014
    The simple answer: it’s complicated. Farm groups weigh in on EPA’s proposed rule that would expand its federal authority over "waters of the United States."
  • Restore Public Trust
    02/26/2014
    Agriculture needs legislation and a commitment to animal care.
  • Watch the Bacon
    01/29/2014
    As 2014 sets up to be a profitable year for pork producers, constant environmental management, animal welfare pressures and looming federal regulations bring uncertainty to today’s modern production systems.
  • Help Wanted in D.C.
    01/27/2014
    You’re being called to help influence key issues.

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BE AN ADVOCATE


Passing legislation that supports agriculture is challenging and requires active participation from you.

Get tips for becoming an effective advocate for agriculture and learn how to make your voice heard at the American Farm Bureau Federation website.

CommonGround is a national movement of farm women who share information about farming and the food we grow. Join the conversation.

Young people can advocate for agriculture through National FFA Organization.

RESOURCES FOR YOU


ABOUT THIS CAMPAIGN


This new advocacy series from Farm Journal Media provides in-depth information to farmers and ranchers about external influences such as overreaching regulations, policymakers, courts and activists that impact their operations—and potentially endanger the future of their farms. The multimedia editorial campaign aims to educate and motivate producers to interact with legislators, regulators and consumers to help them understand why agriculture needs the resources and runway to maximize productivity, exercise stewardship and secure our food supply.

 
 
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