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.
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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.
Since 1968, the Public Lands Council (PLC) has represented the more than 22,000 cattle and sheep producers who hold public lands grazing permits across the nation. To commemorate the organization’s 50th anniversary, the group commissioned a Montana artist to capture the spirit and heritage of the West.
Nearly 200 people came to the Lewis and Clark County Fairgrounds in Helena last week, for a chance to taste a variety of lamb dishes.
Montana’s Golden Triangle is known for its world-class gain production. For the last two years, there is more green next to fields of golden wheat this fall as some farmers are planting industrial hemp.
Gally’s Brewery in Harlowton opened in December of last year and is relatively new to the microbrewery business.
BILLINGS – As harvest continues across Montana, it’s not just wheat and barley fields that combines are rolling through as many farmers are also busy harvesting pulse crops
HOBSON – Many small towns in Montana have some sort of landmark that make them unique and memorable and Hobson is no different.
CUT BANK – Pardue Grain was founded in Glacier County in 1959 by a partnership between Art Pardue and Herb Sammons. By 1964, Pardue Grain had grown to 285,000 bushels of storage and a railway spur.
Noxious weeds are devastating to a healthy landscape. That’s why a ranch in south central Montana is using both art and sheep to promote good
BIG SANDY- Expected record-breaking temperatures and extremely dry air are leading us toward critical fire danger levels by the weekend.