Snow will continue to make it’s way through Montana on Friday.
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For 100 years, the Montana Farm Bureau has been a voice for farmers and ranchers.
Since 2016, farmers around Montana have begun experimenting with a new crop – hemp.
Like other industries, the future of the U.S. Sheep Industry ultimately depends on the ability of young people to be interested in lamb and wool and staying in business.
If you’ve spent any time along the Hi-Line of Montana, there’s a good chance you know of Tillman Motor Company or Tilleman Equipment Company.
Montana continues to have a strong national presence after the American National CattleWomen elected Wanda Pinnow of Baker as its new president.
It’s an exciting time for U.S. woolgrowers as American wool is in high demand both at home and around the world.
The weekend of January 19th marked 34 years that the Antique Tractors and Toy show made an appearance at the Montana ExpoPark.
For most farmers, weed control means broadcast spraying, but now Agritech America and farmer Dave Chinadle want that to change with the WEEDit spot spraying system.
The leader of the American Sugarbeet Grower Association said a strong farm bill is good for both sugar beet growers and consumers.
This week farmers and ranchers from across the nation are gathered in New Orleans, LA for the American Farm Bureau Federation’s (AFBF) 100th Annual Convention.
Malt barley and sugar beets are two very important crops to Montana and Wyoming farmers and the economy.
Jason Laird with the Montana Ag Network spoke with Miss Rodeo Montana Kaitlin Kolka, and Miss Teen Rodeo Montana Keely Drummond on what it takes to be Rodeo Royalty.
The Montana State University Extension is hosting a free, annual cropping seminar series from January 7th to January 11th in various locations throughout Central Montana.
Despite recent trade tariffs and tensions along the Mexican boarder, Montana barley growers got a bit of a moral boost recently.
As farmers and rancher make plans to meet with their ag lender to work on 2019 operating lines of credit and more, Coffee said it’s important for producers to keep an open line of communication with their lender.