March 21 Marked National Agriculture Day

 

March 29, 2023

One producer in Blaine County, Nathan Molyneaux and his wife Tandie welcomed a Black Angus Cross calf born on March 20 to their growing herd. Tandie reported: "That was Everly's first meeting with a calf. She loved it." Everly is the couple's eleven-month-old daughter.

From the Briefing Room of the White House on the first day of spring, March 20, President Joe Biden proclaimed March 21, 2023 as National Agriculture Day. The day kicked off National Agriculture Week (NAW), March 21-27.

NAW is celebrated every year in March on dates announced by the Agriculture Council of America. This year's theme was Growing a Climate for Tomorrow. March 21 was also the 50th Anniversary of National Ag Day.

In his proclamation speech, President Biden stated: "American farms remind us of the beauty and generosity of our Nation. They feed the country and the world, and with eac...



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