Montana Ag Network
Cattle ranchers are lobbying for a permanent solution to the electronic logging devices and hours of service issue for U.S. livestock haulers.
Ranchers Chisholm Christensen of Hinsdale and Jake Feddes of Manhattan represented the Montana Stockgrowers Association at this year’s Young Cattlemen’s Conference.
Montana farmers raise some of the highest quality wheat and barley in the world which is why it’s in such high demand by international flour millers and bakers.
The information gathered by USDA helps ranchers make timely, informed business decisions and plan for herd expansion or reduction.
One of Montana’s premier leadership programs is accepting applications for its next class.
For Trevor Lewis there isn’t a day that goes by where he doesn’t reflect on the troops he served with.
The Trump administration unveiled a new $16 billion trade aid program for U.S. farmers hurt financially by the ongoing trade war with China.
The USDA estimates the expanded access could increase U.S. beef and beef product exports to Japan by up to $200 million annually.
Big game season is long over, but that didn’t stop hundreds of sportsmen from hitting the hills near Augusta Wednesday.
May is National Beef Month; a time to recognize ranchers and the tasty beef products they’re directly responsible for.
The Gallatin Valley Farm Fair has educated a growing urban population on the role and benefits of agriculture for 15 years.
An online survey aims to gauge the goals, aspirations, achievements and needs of women in American agriculture.
The U.S. House is set to work on a disaster aid bill that includes financial help for Midwestern and Southern farmers.
Seventy percent of farmers and ranchers in Montana do not have the difficult discussion of passing on the family business.
The legislation will ensure that electric cooperatives won’t put their tax-exempt status in jeopardy when they accept government grants.