Montana Ag Network
On Dean Briggs’ ranch the best things come in threes — and triplet Angus calves were a recent surprise for the longtime rancher.
Calving season is underway for many ranchers across Montana, but the cold can make it challenging.
Stevensville rancher and Montana Farm Bureau President Hans McPherson believes that his organization has made a difference for the state.
Farmers around Montana have begun experimenting with a new crop — hemp — since 2016.
The future of the U.S. Sheep industry ultimately depends on the ability of young people to be interested in lamb and wool and being able to stay in business.
There’s a good chance you know of Tillman Motor Company or Tilleman Equipment Company if you’ve spent any time along the Hi-Line of Montana.
The American National Cattlewomen has elected Wanda Pinnow of Baker as its new national president.
There was a lot of excitement about American wool during this year’s American Sheep Industry Association’s annual convention in New Orleans.
The publication was started in 1978 by Claire and Cathy Scheibe in LaMoure, North Dakota.
A spray system that’s relatively new to American agriculture is cutting down on chemicals while still killing weeds.
The leader of the American Sugarbeet Grower Association says a strong farm bill is good for both sugar beet growers and consumers.
Farmers and ranchers from across the nation are gathered in New Orleans for the American Farm Bureau Federation’s 100th annual convention.
Malt barley and sugar beets are two important crops to Montana and Wyoming farmers and the regional economy.
Despite recent trade tariffs and tensions along the Mexican border, Montana barley growers got a bit of a morale boost recently.
Stockman Bank CEO Bill Coffee says agriculture lenders are preparing for more headwinds in 2019.