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NJ’s Deer Overpopulation Emergency

No matter where you’re headed, @Budget Truck has a fleet of easy-to-drive trucks and vans ready to make your next move easier. Even better, use your Farm Bureau membership to save 20% on your next rental. Go to Budget.com/FarmBureau to 🚛 bit.ly/47XG4UP

*Advance reservation is required; book online or call 1-800-566-8422 and mention Farm Bureau® Member Account # ( to find # log into NJFB.org) . Not available in Alaska or Hawaii.
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No matter where you’re headed, @Budget Truck has a fleet of easy-to-drive trucks and vans ready to make your next move easier. Even better, use your Farm Bureau membership to save 20% on your next rental. Go to Budget.com/FarmBureau to 🚛 bit.ly/47XG4UP 

*Advance reservation is required; book online or call 1-800-566-8422 and mention Farm Bureau® Member Account # ( to find # log into NJFB.org) . Not available in Alaska or Hawaii.

The Buzz words: Sustainable, Regenerative and Organic vs The old school ways “Conventional”

Sustainable farming involves utilizing farming methods that safeguard and conserve the environment while ensuring the long-term productivity of the land. This encompasses the use of natural fertilizers, crop rotation, and other techniques to minimize the environmental impact of farming.

Taking it a step further, regenerative farming focuses on enhancing soil health and promoting biodiversity on the farm through strategies like cover cropping, no-till farming, and incorporating livestock into the farm ecosystem.

While sustainable and regenerative farming share similarities with organic farming, they have distinct differences. Organic farming specifically involves natural fertilizers and avoiding synthetic pesticides and herbicides, whereas sustainable and regenerative farming encompass a wider array of practices that prioritize overall land and ecosystem health.

Many farmers are transitioning to regenerative or sustainable farming methods to enhance soil health and lessen environmental harm. Despite the environmental benefits, a common concern is whether food produced using these methods is safe for consumption. Research indicates that food from regenerative and sustainable farming can be safer and healthier. By concentrating on enhancing soil health and minimizing pesticide use, these methods can result in more nutritious and flavorful crops. Additionally, many regenerative and sustainable farmers prioritize animal welfare, leading to safer and more ethical meat and dairy products.

Curious to learn more? Just ask your farmer! Nowadays, it’s rare to find farms not practicing regenerative or sustainable farming. Farmers hold their land in high regard and strive to maintain healthy soil and produce quality crops. While some older farmers may not promote their practices on social media or display signs, they have been rotating crops and employing no-till methods for generations. Engage with them, and they will gladly share their knowledge and experiences with you.

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Tractor Supply

As of June ’23 New Jersey Farm Bureau has affiliated with national farm supply retailer Tractor Supply. NJFB members and other visitors can shop through our link for any catalogue item and help build the TS/NJFB relationship. All on-line purchases will reward FB with a small incentive. ***Available for on-line purchasing only- CURB SIDE PICKUP or DELIVERY***


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