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
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After a 15-year absence, American lamb has returned to Japan and some people in the United States sheep industry are excited to have the export
BILLINGS- Montana ranchers produce some of highest quality beef you’ll find anywhere, but lately plant-based proteins and lab-grown meat have grabbed headlines and cattlemen and cattlewomen want to protect the integrity of their industry through proper labeling of alternative proteins.
BILLINGS – The Montana Farm Bureau Federation held its 99th annual meeting in Billings last week, which is a series of educational workshops, renowned speakers,
Montana is known for growing some of the best barley in the world, and a lot of that commodity is used to make beer. Hops are also an essential component of the brewing process.
BILLINGS – Another sugar beet harvest is in the books for Montana and northern Wyoming sugar growers.
BILLINGS – Another Montana Farmers Union Convention is in the books and farmers and ranchers from across Montana have helped set the organization’s policy for the coming year.
A Missoula-based nonprofit is helping families in the Blackfeet Nation put food on the table.
BILLINGS- This week the Northern International Livestock Exposition is underway in Billings. through the years, the NILE has always been a show with some of the purest and most influential livestock genetics in the world.
DILLON – A Montana sheep ranch is blazing an exciting trail by creating more value for their wool by launching its very own Sheep-to-Shelf clothing line.
The Ruby Valley Strategic Alliance (RVSA) was formed by ranchers and conservationists that recognize family ranches play an essential role in public land stewardship and
FORT BENTON – It’s no wonder what many refer to as the birthplace of Montana is home to multiple well-known museums.
CHINOOK – The phrase “farm to fork” is thrown around quite a bit these days. But for one Montana Company, it’s more than just a phrase; it’s a lifestyle
The Padlock Ranch was established by Homer and Mildred Scott in 1943 in Dayton, Wyoming, where the headquarters are still located. Homer started with about 3000 acres and 300 head of cattle and the ranch is still owned by the Scott family but has grown tremendously since its establishment.
SHELBY- Across Montana’s country side you’ll find family farms and ranches blanketing the landscape.