Private property rights once again dominated the policy session at the NDFB Annual Meeting. “The foundation of our organization is based on that and a lot of the discussions go back to what you can do with your property, how you can handle your property and how you should be able to set up your property for passing it off to the next generation,” said Daryl Lies, president, NDFB. Lies will serve another two-year term as president. Monango rancher Val Wagner was elected as vice president. Wagner has been on the NDFB board for the past three years and previously served on the American Farm Bureau Promotion and Education Committee and Young Farmer and Rancher Committee.
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