Headline Stories

EPA Drops Enlist Products Ban in Nebraska

After urging from Nebraska Farm Bureau, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently announced the lifting of a ban on the use of two important crop protection products, Enlist and Enlist Duo. That positive announcement comes as Nebraska farmers are getting ready to hit the fields for spring planting.  

Experts to Gather for Stop 30×30 Summit

You’re invited to join Governor Ricketts for the Stop 30×30 Summit, April 22 in Lincoln. This event, co-sponsored by Nebraska Farm Bureau, features expert commentary and insight from national, state, and local leaders, all working to stop 30×30.

Policy Watch…

With only days left in the session, our efforts on tax relief took a big step forward as senators advanced LB 873; the U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case against California’s Proposition 12; and Nebraska Farm Bureau thanked Sen. Fischer for introducing a cattle market reform legislation. Get all the details of these stories in Policy Watch.

Claim Your Refundable Income Tax Credit!

The deadline to file your taxes is quickly approaching. Nebraska Farm Bureau wants to make sure you don’t forget to claim your Refundable Income Tax Credit based on property taxes paid to schools. For tax year 2021, the credit will be nearly four times the credit provided in 2020. Check out our guide to walk you through the process of claiming this credit.

Nebraska Farm Bureau Welcomes New Northwest Regional Manager

Nebraska Farm Bureau has hired Samantha Dyer as the Northwest regional manager. Dyer is a Dawes County Farm Bureau member. She and her husband have two children and live on a ranch near Crawford.

Meet NEFB’s Endorsed Gubernatorial Candidate Jim Pillen

Jim Pillen is committed to defending agriculture and strengthening our rural communities. Get to know Nebraska Farm Bureau’s endorsed candidate Jim Pillen by joining us for a Meet and Greet. Meet Jim in McCook and Bertrand, April 4; David City, April 5; and O’Neill, Randolph, and Wayne, April 6.

Burgers, Brats, and Brews Cancelled

Nebraska Farm Bureau’s Burgers, Brats, and Brews which was to be help April 12 has been CANCELLED. Please contact Whittney at with any questions.

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