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Farm Bureau Issues


  • Buffers
    As state agencies impose land-use control through buffers, landowners need to understand their responsibilities. 
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  • Agricultural Property Taxes
    Ag property taxes continue to challenge farmers and ag property owners. Farm Bureau finds solutions and pursues options to address this priority.


  • Biotechnology
    Farm Bureau protects farmers’ ability to use biotech plant varieties and innovative technologies with legislation and regulations based on science, not socioeconomic criteria.

  • Endangered Species Act
    The Endangered Species Act must be modernized to protect endangered species and private property rights.

  • Waters of the U.S.
    Environmental Protection Agency and Army Corps of Engineers finalized a rule that significantly expands “waters of the United States” under the Clean Water Act. Farm Bureau wants EPA to withdraw this regulation and propose a new rule that reflects the limitations imposed by Congress and the Supreme Court and the views formally offered by the states.

  • Neonicotinoids & Honey Bees
  • Developments over the last two decades have drawn increased attention to the health of managed honey bees and how this may relate to pesticide use.