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How Many Does a Farmer Feed per Acre Farmed?

How Many Does a Farmer Feed per Acre Farmed?

From the NFRW Agriculture Subcommittee

Farmers and ranchers continue to reduce their carbon footprint while feeding more people.  In the U.S. today, farmers feed 166 people per acre farmed, compared to 26 people per acre in 1960. Celebrate Earth Day this year by enjoying some farm fresh food.

Thursday, April 22, 2021/Author: Sovilla Mennen/Number of views (198)/Comments (0)/
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Arkansas Federation Shows Strong Women Get Things Done

Arkansas Federation Shows Strong Women Get Things Done

State Did Not Become RED Overnight

Arkansas did not become a RED state overnight. It took decades of hard work by Republicans who were conservative when Arkansas was a BLUE state and being openly conservative had serious financial and social repercussions. The WOMEN of the Republican Party played an ESSENTIAL role in growing the party in this state. It is because of their efforts that a solid foundation was laid in Arkansas to build a party with strong principles and a platform that is a winning strategy. 

Wednesday, April 21, 2021/Author: Sharon Stuthard/Number of views (251)/Comments (0)/
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The Domino Effect of Filibuster Politics

The Domino Effect of Filibuster Politics

Op-Ed by NFRW President Ann Schockett

Once the Senate filibuster with its requirement of 60 votes to advance a measure to final vote falls, the rest of the Democrat agenda of one party rule and control of all three branches of government cascades into place behind it like dominos.

Wednesday, April 21, 2021/Author: NFRW Communications/Number of views (1424)/Comments (1)/
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Safety First: Watch Out for Farmers and Farm Equipment While Driving

Safety First: Watch Out for Farmers and Farm Equipment While Driving

From the NFRW Agriculture Subcommittee

It’s that time of year. Large farm equipment is traveling local roads for spring soil preparation and planting season. It is easy for drivers to get frustrated when caught behind something going less than 25 miles per hour, but try to take a breath and be patient. Your life and the lives of others may depend on it.

Tuesday, April 20, 2021/Author: Sovilla Mennen/Number of views (345)/Comments (0)/
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National World War I Memorial in Washington, D.C., Opens Tomorrow

National World War I Memorial in Washington, D.C., Opens Tomorrow

From the NFRW Armed Services Committee

The National World War I Memorial, erected in Pershing Park in Washington, D.C., to honor the 4.7 million men and women who served in the First World War, was dedicated on April 16 and opens to the public on April 17.

Thursday, April 15, 2021/Author: Cecilia Tyler/Number of views (588)/Comments (0)/
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