Farm Bureau Ensures Farmers’ Voices to be Heard in New Administration

News / In The News November 9, 2020

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The American Farm Bureau Federations sees opportunities to develop relationships with President-elect Joe Biden's new administration.

AFBF President Zippy Duvall told Brownfield Ag News that rural America's needs must be put before politics, "If we do that, put our partisanship aside, and do the right thing for our country; that is what American Farm Bureau wants and what American farmers deserve as they provide food security for our country."

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