Montana Ag Network
Farmers in Montana and North Dakota produce more than 85% of the US pulse crops, which include dry peas, lentils and chickpeas.
America’s farmers and ranchers are about to get an early Christmas present-a new farm bill.
Judith Gap rancher Bob Lee said he welcomed the opportunity to tell other people his story.
Montana sheep producers say they’re excited to have this important export market open for business again.
The US Congress has yet to pass the new 2018 Farm Bill despite 18 months of work.
Gilbert is definitely a bit of a legend in the area. He’s not just a unique pet. More importantly, he’s one of the beloved family members at the McFarland-White Ranch.
The Welker family, which has farmed land just outside of Shelby for over 100 years, has become known around the world.
The Montana Food Bank Network partners with food banks in Montana to help move the products to regions with people in need.
Maggie Nutter, a board member of the U.S. Cattlemen’s Association from Sweet Grass, Montana, meat is meat, and beef is bovine.
Despite a collapse in market prices brought on mainly by trade disputes with China and India, farmers are still interested in raising pulse crops.
The policy set by family farmers and ranchers that make up the MFBF has shaped Montana over the past century.
Montana is known for growing some of the best barley in the world, and a lot of that commodity is used to make beer.
Another sugar beet harvest is in the books for Montana and northern Wyoming sugar growers.
Farmers and ranchers from across Montana have helped set the organization’s policy for the coming year.
Essential Eats Distributors works to deliver fresh foods to outlying reservation communities every month.