Farmers Relieved by Rail Deal but Continue to Pay More for Inflation
Nebraska Farm Bureau President Mark McHargue sat down with CBS this week to discuss the tentative agreement reached to avoid a rail strike and the impact inflation has had on farms and ranches.
Truth in taxation Law postcards are hitting mailboxes all across the state, get the details on what you can do; NEFB president Mark McHargue commented on the tentative agreement made to avoid a rail strike; and Election Day is quickly approaching, learn how you can support NEFB endorsed candidates. Get all the details in Policy Watch.
Did You Claim Your Refundable Property Tax Credit?
Gov. Ricketts is reminding Nebraskans of the need to claim their refundable income tax credit on property taxes. These credits can be claimed retroactively going back three years. You will need to file an amended return for previous years if you did not claim the property tax credit for tax year’s 2020 or 2021.
Leadership Academy Returns from National Affairs Visit to Washington, D.C.
Rising input costs, including the cost of fuel and fertilizer, and overreaching federal regulations continue to put pressure on farm and ranch families in Nebraska. That was the message to Nebraska’s Congressional Delegation during a recent visit to Washington, D.C. by members of Nebraska Farm Bureau’s Leadership Academy.
NEFB-PAC Endorses Kathy Wilmot for University of Nebraska Board of Regents
NEFB-PAC has endorsed Kathy Wilmot of Beaver City. Wilmot is seeking election to represent District 7 on the University of Nebraska Board of Regents. Wilmot is committed to being a strong, conservative voice who will advocate for Western Nebraska.
Help Support for Mike Flood for Congress
Nebraska Farm Bureau (NEFB) invites you to a fundraiser in support of Rep. Mike Flood at 2:00 p.m. Sept. 18 at Rosendahl Farms Seed and Feed in Columbus. Flood is NEFB’s endorsed candidate to represent Nebraska’s First Congressional District.