Farm Bureau Members Set Policy on Property Taxes, Trade, Other Key Issues

 

January 10, 2018

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Members of Cheyenne County Farm Bureau attended the Nebraska Farm Bureau Annual Meeting and Convention in Kearney Dec. 4 and 5. Pictured from left are Tyson Narjes of Sidney; Pete Miller of Lodgepole; Josh Gipfert of Gurley; and Tony Walker of Sidney.

KEARNEY – Farmers and ranchers from across the state set Nebraska Farm Bureau policy for the coming year and re-elected leaders as part of the organization's 100th Annual Meeting and Convention held in December in Kearney. Delegates discussed a wide range of agricultural policy issues to provide direction for the organization.

"Property taxes are a major concern for our members, and that was reflected in our voting delegate discussions," said Steve Nelson, Nebraska Farm Bureau president.

Among the measures adopted by delegates was support for the use of income tax credits as a means of...



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