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For ranchers like 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, farmers are still interested in raising pulse crops.
The MFBF held its 99th annual meeting in Billings this past week, which is a series of educational workshops, renowned speakers, and networking opportunities.
With the mid-term elections over, getting a new farm bill passed this year is important for farmers.
For Sidney farmer Sarah Rachor, growing hops has turned a few heads in the countryside.
Another sugar beet harvest is in the books for Montana and northern Wyoming sugar growers.
Thanks to a group of dedicated individuals, the demolition has been put on hold.
Another Montana Farmers Union Convention is in the books and farmers and ranchers from across the state have helped set the organization’s policy for the coming year.
A Missoula-based nonprofit is helping families in the Blackfeet Nation put food on the table.
A new report gives a failing grade to 22 of 25 burger chain restaurants relating to the use of antibiotics in their beef supply and ranchers are expressing their frustration over the report’s claims.
The NILE has gained recognition for helping young people get a start in the livestock industry.
Duckworth is the world’s only source-verified, single-origin, Merino wool apparel company.
Farmers don’t always get the thanks they deserve for all the hard work they put in throughout the growing season.
The goal of the RVSA is to provide positive dialogue on shared interests and common goals to enable the group to aim for better stewardship of the Ruby Valley.
This museum showcases the evolution of agriculture, from the early homesteads to well into the mid-1900.