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Staff Spotlight Angela Ellis

Staff Member Spotlight: Angela Ellis

Meet Angela Ellis, a staff member with 32 years of experience in multiple positions within the Mississippi Farm Bureau family.

Farm Bureau News Podcast

Listen to the “Our Farm. Your Life.” Podcast

Farm Famlies of Mississippi launches a new podcast, dedicated to telling the stories of Mississippi farmers and ranchers.

Ask a Farmer – McCaughn

Ask a Farmer: Advice for Young People

Senator Tyler McCaughn gives advice for young people who want to be agricultural leaders.

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Staying Safe Despite the Unpredictable

Amidst the ups and downs that the world throws at us, it’s important to prioritize safety, like driving safely and keeping on top of mental health.

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Mississippi Farmers are Fighting the Good Fight

In an evolving industry, who holds the future? Young farmers and ranchers carry on the good work of agriculture into the next generation.

The Road to a Bright Future for Mississippi Agriculture

Trade, transportation, and deregulation are vital and essential components of a brighter future for Mississippi agriculture.

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Staff Member Spotlight: Jimmi Phillips

Jimmi Phillips is a vital member of the Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation (MFBF) community, working in the finance department.

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Spring Brings a Brighter Outlook for Farmers

As Mississippi farmers head into 2020 after a challenging 2019, the Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation encourages farmers to keep an optimistic outlook.

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MFBF Staff Spotlight: Meet Tammy Meyer

Each issue, we like to recognize one of MFBF’s dedicated staff members – this issue, we’re highlighting Tammy Meyer, Executive Assistant to the President.

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Why is the 2020 Census Important for Mississippi?

For Mississippi residents, especially those who live in rural communities and small towns, participating in the 2020 Census is essential.