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Before summer kicks off this year, use your NJ Farm Bureau member benefits to get exclusive pricing from @Grainger on thousands of AC units, SQWINCHER and other hydration packs, and heat stress monitors so you can beat the heat 🥵 tinyurl.com/5cwp96mf

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Before summer kicks off this year, use your NJ Farm Bureau member benefits to get exclusive pricing from @Grainger on thousands of AC units, SQWINCHER and other hydration packs, and heat stress monitors so you can beat the heat 🥵 https://tinyurl.com/5cwp96mf

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Take the stress out of spring cleaning the barn or shop this year. Save 20% by using @Budget Truck’s Moving Resources to keep your spring cleaning simple 👉 bit.ly/48JYPuM

*Advance reservation is required; book online or call 1-800-566-8422. Not available in Alaska or Hawaii.

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Take the stress out of spring cleaning the barn or shop this year. Save 20% by using @Budget Truck’s Moving Resources to keep your spring cleaning simple 👉 bit.ly/48JYPuM 

*Advance reservation is required; book online or call 1-800-566-8422. Not available in Alaska or Hawaii.

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Did you know?....New Jersey is home to approximately 350 species of native pollinating bees. They help to pollinate many of our local crops including tomatoes, peppers, soybeans, peaches, blueberries, and cranberries. New Jerseys state bug also happens to be the honey bee, which was signed by Governor Brendan T. Byrne into legislation in 1974. This was done after a group of children from Hamilton Township went to the State house with a presentation, song and poem to encourage the election of the honey bee!

Pollinators (bees, butterflies, moths, bats etc.) are essential, so before you think of harming any creature- do your research- while they may look scary, they are vital and not ALL species are bad guys.

#njfb #honeybee #beekeepings #WorldBeeDay2024 #agriculture #pollination #pollinators #bee #njstatebee #njbeekeeping @followers
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Did you know?....New Jersey is home to approximately 350 species of native pollinating bees. They help to pollinate many of our local crops including tomatoes, peppers, soybeans, peaches, blueberries, and cranberries. New Jerseys state bug also happens to be the honey bee, which was signed by Governor Brendan T. Byrne into legislation in 1974. This was done after a group of children from Hamilton Township went to the State house with a presentation, song and poem to encourage the election of the honey bee! 

Pollinators (bees, butterflies, moths, bats etc.) are essential, so before you think of harming any creature- do your research- while they may look scary, they are vital and not ALL species are bad guys. 

#njfb #honeybee #beekeepings #WorldBeeDay2024 #Agriculture #pollination #pollinators #bee #njstatebee #njbeekeeping  @followers

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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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