MILES CITY — Ranchers recently gathered in Miles City for the Montana Stockgrowers Association’s (MSGA) mid-year meeting.
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WASHINGTON, D.C.- Cattle ranchers are lobbying for a permanent solution to the electronic logging devices and hours of service issue for U.S. livestock haulers in Washington, D.C. this week.
The Montana Department of Agriculture has named the new coordinator of the Montana Hemp Program.
Montana farmers raise some of the highest quality wheat and barley in the world. That’s why it’s in such high demand by international flour millers and bakers. And a growing market these days for Montana wheat and barley is Mexico.
During the first two weeks of July, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Service will survey approximately 1,700 cattle operations across the Mountain Regional states, including Montana.
One of Montana’s premier leadership programs is accepting applications for its next class.
GREAT FALLS- On Memorial Day, we remember military members who paid the ultimate price for our freedom.
BILLINGS – As the trade war continues between the United States and China, some farmers at home are struggling under the financial strain of lost export markets and five years of falling commodity prices. As a result, the Trump administration announced Thursday a second round of assistance to U.S. farmers.
May 15 is an important day for area outdoor enthusiasts as it’s the day the Sun River Wildlife Management Area opens to the public.
May is National Beef Month; a time to recognize ranchers and the tasty beef products they’re directly responsible for.
Big game season is long over, but that didn’t stop hundreds of sportsmen from hitting the hills near Augusta Wednesday.
EAST HELENA – East Helena students had the chance to experience farm living and learn more about agriculture on Tuesday May 14 for the 3rd annual Lewis and Clark County Farm Bureau’s Ag Day.
For 15 years, the Gallatin Valley Farm Fair has educated a growing urban population on the benefits of agriculture.
A new online survey wants to learn more about the women involved in American agriculture.
Seventy percent of farmers and ranchers in Montana do not have the difficult discussion of passing on the family business. Succession planning is never an easy discussion to have, especially with family.