HELENA- For 100 years, the Montana Farm Bureau has been a voice for farmers and ranchers. On Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2019, the group’s centennial anniversary,
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Like other industries, the future of the U.S. sheep industry ultimately depends on the ability of young people to be interested in lamb and wool and staying in business.
(HELENA) Since 2016, farmers around Montana have begun experimenting with a new crop – hemp.
GREAT FALLS – The weekend of January 19th marked 34 years that the Antique Tractors and Toy show made an appearance at the Montana ExpoPark.
Like many others in agriculture, the U.S. sugar industry was pleased to see Congress pass a new farm bill and President Trump sign it into law in late 2018. The leader of the American Sugarbeet Grower Association said a strong farm bill is good for both sugar beet growers and consumers.
NEW ORLEANS – For the second year in a row President Donald Trump addressed the American Farm Bureau Federation.
NEW ORLEANS – This week farmers and ranchers from across the nation are gathered in New Orleans, LA for the American Farm Bureau Federation’s (AFBF) 100th Annual Convention.
BILLINGS – Malt barley and sugar beets are two very important crops to Montana and Wyoming farmers and the economy. This week, both crops were in the spotlight during a symposium hosted by the Mountain States Crop Education Association in Billings.
Despite recent trade tariffs and tensions along the Mexican border, Montana barley growers got a bit of a moral boost recently.
Each year, fairs and stock shows bring people together and give farmers and ranchers a break during the busy summer months.
From crop and livestock market fluctuations to trade wars to a farm bill that almost didn’t happen, Montana farmers and ranchers have experienced a lot this year.
The hype surrounding the legalization of industrial hemp is undeniable but if you grow it, what do you do with it?
As another year draws to a close, the Montana Livestock Loss Board says Montana ranchers once again faced economic losses due to livestock predation.
BILLINGS – Montana’s sheep industry is thankful to have a new sheep extension specialist at Montana State University after several years without. And the man
BILLINGS- America’s farmers and ranchers are about to get an early Christmas present-a new farm bill. The House of Representatives followed through with passage of