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Ride into summer with Polaris, Texas Farm Bureau

In the market for a new off-road vehicle? Use your Texas Farm Bureau (TFB) member benefit to ride into summer with Polaris.

Now through June 30, Farm Bureau members can earn rebates of as much as $1,400 on select new 2014 and 2015 Polaris off-road vehicles—including the Ranger, Sportsman and ACE—with the Polaris Ride into the Summer Sales Event.

TFB members combine their exclusive $200-$300 member incentive with sales event offers to receive an even better deal!

Print your Farm Bureau incentive certificate at http://bit.ly/1uFo6x5 and talk to your local Polaris dealer to learn more.

See the complete list of TFB member benefits here.


Avian flu outbreak worst on record

Although the Lone Star State has not had any confirmed cases, the worst avian flu outbreak on record has Texas poultry farmers taking extra precautions.

The common influenza is found naturally in migratory birds, and commercial and backyard flocks aren’t immune. Once the birds come in contact with each other, the disease spreads rapidly.

And there are no vaccines that effectively prevent the spread of the virus.

Summer is coming and will slow the spread of the disease. But Texas poultry farmers will remain vigilant to keep avian flu out of the Lone Star State.

Find out more about avian flu in this TFB video.

 


Spring photo contest deadline nears

Bigger. Brighter. Better.

This year’s Texas Farm Bureau spring photo contest is just that.

But don’t miss out! The June 1 deadline is fast approaching.

So get those cameras clicking. Rural settings and rural lifestyles are the preferred themes for all submissions, and contestants are limited to one entry per person. Both digital and print photographs may be submitted.

This year, the rewards for budding photographers are greater than ever. First place wins a $250 cash prize. Second place garners $200, and two runners-up will win $100 each.

Click here to learn how to enter and for more contest details.


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