Nebraska Farm Bureau Supports Voter ID Constitutional Amendment
Nebraska Farm Bureau has taken a position of support for a constitutional amendment that would require people to show valid photo identification before voting. The initiative will appear on the Nebraska General Election ballot November 8.
In this week’s Policy Watch, Truth in Taxation hearings begins, learn how you can weigh in on local budgets; NEFB’s Mark McHargue is selected to serve on the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission Agriculture Advisory Committee; learn how you can support NEFB endorsed candidates this election year; and get guides to help your County Farm Bureau develop policy.
Join Us for a Jim Pillen Meet and Greet
Nebraska Farm Bureau invites you to a Meet and Greet event with Jim Pillen in Central and Western Nebraska. Join us Oct. 2 in Minden, Oct. 3 in McCook, Imperial, Sidney, or Alliance, and Oct. 4 in Chadron. Come get to know NEFB’s endorsed candidate for governor! Get full details on our events page.
Apply for a Young Farmers & Ranchers Awards!
Do you know a young farmer or rancher who deserves to be recognized for their dedication, hard work, and determination? Urge them to apply for one of our Young Farmers and Ranchers awards! They could win $500 and a trip to the American Farm Bureau Convention!
Help Your County Make Quota!
Nebraska Farm Bureau’s membership year ends Sept. 30. Help your county make quota by asking a friend or neighbor to join before the end of the month! Quota Counties are recognized at the NEFB Annual Meeting and Convention and earn a free postcard mailing to their ag members in the 2023 membership year.