Montana Ag Network
A new USDA regulation to improve disease traceability in sheep and goats has been published in the Federal Register.
The Montana Farmers Union’s Chris Christiaens traveled to Washington D.C. to share agricultures concerns of the increases with the Surface Transportation Board (STB).
State officials say that drought conditions likely won’t be a problem this spring, despite an unusual winter.
Although it’s tough on agriculture, the snow and cold does bring some benefits to Montana farmers.
Enforcement is a top priority and one of the most difficult to agree on, as previously stated by the Trump Administration.
The Electric City FFA chapter along with C.M. Russell High School students aim is to educate communities and empower families in need by teaching them to grow their own vegetables.
It’s tax season and if you haven’t done your taxes yet, Montana’s agriculture community is asking you to make a donation to ag literacy.
President Donald Trump’s threat to close the border with Mexico could impact agricultural trade between the two nations.
A bill that will double the maximum cap on how much Montana farmers can be charged for the wheat and barley checkoff has been signed into law by Gov. Steve Bullock.
The Super Bowl commercial featuring Bud Light blasting both Miller Lite and Coors Light for using corn syrup during their brewing process is headed the court.
The value of livestock production in Montana in 2015 was pegged at $2.1 billion, according to USDA.
Record flooding is wreaking havoc on Nebraska’s livestock industry which could have an impact on Montana ranchers.
President Trump is drawing sharp criticism from rural America after his proposed budget revealed a $26 billion cut to crop insurance.
Government regulations created concern for agriculturalists and landowners in recent years — including the 2015 Waters of the U.S. Rule.
The Montana Ag Network found a collection of toy tractors whose history has made a big impact in the Treasure State.