Get Your Property Valuation Protest Checklist
Did you see an increase in the assessed value for your house, farmstead, or real estate? You can do something about it by filing a protest with the county clerk’s office by June 30. If you’re looking to protest, Nebraska Farm Bureau has developed a guide to help members work through the process.
Dollars for Nebraska Farm Bureau backed policy priorities are beginning to roll out, including funding for rural workforce housing and broadband projects; the House passes the lower food and fuel cost act despite concerns from Farm Bureau; and Sen. Fischer joined several senators in sending a letter to push back on a proposed rule from the Securities and Exchange Commission. Get caught up on these stories and more in Policy Watch.
Young Farmers & Ranchers Summer Socials
Calling all young farmers, ranchers, and agribusiness professionals! Join us for social events throughout the state this summer. Our first two events will be held in Ohiowa on June 23 and Palmyra on June 26. Check out our events page for all the details and to find a social near you!
Ag on the Go with Nebraska Farm Bureau
Find out what Nebraska Farm Bureau is doing for you with our Ag on the Go podcast. This week, Nebraska Farm Bureau Senior Economist Jay Rempe gives his take on the threat of global food shortages and why you might be seeing empty shelves at the store.
Nominations Open for Governor’s Agriculture & Economic Development Awards
Do you know an individual or organization with extraordinary achievements within the agriculture community? Nominate them to be recognized at the Governor’s Agriculture and Economic Development Summit in August!
AFBF and NPPC Tell Supreme Court Proposition 12 is Unconstitutional
The American Farm Bureau Federation (AFBF) and National Pork Producers Council (NPPC) filed a brief with the U.S. Supreme Court challenging the constitutionality of California’s Proposition 12.