Montana Ag Network
This week the Northern International Livestock Exposition is underway in Billings.
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 was formed to recognize family ranches play an essential role in public land stewardship and conservation of open space
Museum displays show how homesteaders worked to better their parcel of land and struggled to survive Montana’s harsh elements.
The Public Lands Council has actively represented the cattle and sheep producers who hold public lands grazing permits since 1968.
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.
The early sugarbeet harvest is underway for both Western Sugar Cooperative and Sidney Sugars growers.
The 2014 Farm Bill expires at the end of September and farmers and ranchers want to see the 2018 Farm Bill completed before then.
The U.S. Sheep Experiment Station has been a leading research center for the U.S. sheep industry since 1916.
Cowboy hats were seen recently on the golf course in Big Sky for the Montana Stockgrowers Association’s annual T-Bone Classic Golf Tournament.
The Public Lands Council enlisted a Montana artist to capture the spirit and heritage of the West to help mark their 50th anniversary.
The 4H Fill Your Freezer event recently brought many people from across Montana to Great Falls.
Mike Schuldt said it was a special invite from a fellow shearer that started his journey to the Kahua Ranch on the Big Island of Hawaii.
Christmas tree growers are already counting the days until this year’s holiday season.