The Farm Bureau Foundation on expanding the #StillFarming initiative

Despite pandemic disruptions, the ag sector is #StillFarming. It is an initiative that was on full display during this week’s 102nd American Farm Bureau Convention.

Daniel Meloy with the Farm Bureau Foundation speaks with RFD-TV’s own Janet Adkison on the #StillFarming initiative, how they are expanding it, and the big takeaways from the convention.

According to Meloy, “When Americans started began panic purchasing, the American Farm Bureau started the #StillFarming social media campaign, really to build public confidence in farmers and ranchers’ ability to produce food and reassure consumers of the strength of the U.S. food supply. Now, we’ve expanded on that effort...”

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