Widespread moisture and below average temperatures continue this week.
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The going rate for elk antlers is between $10-15 depending on the condition.
Japan has announced it is eliminating longstanding restrictions on U.S. beef exports, including the 30-month cattle age limit, which paves the way for expanded sales to the United States’ top global beef market.
United States corn and wheat organizations are working Capitol Hill this week trying to get a better trade-aid deal for growers than in the first round.
Big game season is long over, but that didn’t stop hundreds of sportsmen from hitting the hills near Augusta Wednesday.
Livestock guardian and herding dogs are just as much a part of the industry as lamb and wool, which is why the American Sheep Industry Association wants to recognize their contributions in the 2019 ASI Photo Contest.
The weekly U.S. Department of Agriculture crop progress report numbers are out for Montana and even though it was a slow start to planting, the crops are coming along this spring.
For 15 years, the Gallatin Valley Farm Fair has educated a growing urban population on the benefits of agriculture.
The U.S. Trade Representative moved forward Friday with increasing the tariff rate from 10 to 25 percent on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods.
Fourth-graders from across Cascade County flocked to Montana ExpoPark Thursday to learn about an important subject in Montana: agriculture.
The Montana Farm Bureau wants to remind members to mark their calendars for the upcoming 2019 MFBF Summer Conference.
A new online survey wants to learn more about the women involved in American agriculture.
A shake-up occurred in the wheat industry this week as the North Dakota Grain Growers Association announced it is withdrawing from the National Association of Wheat Growers.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Weekly Crop progress report is out, and many were not surprised to see spring wheat planting continues to lag behind in 2019.
The U.S. House is set to work on a disaster aid bill that includes financial help for Midwestern and Southern farmers.
Succession planning is never an easy discussion to have, especially with family.