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From the PLC’s humble beginnings, Montana has played a critical role in the history of the organization.
The Buck family in Chinook Montana began their family business with Bear Paw Livestock.
It now encompasses more than 450,000 acres in both Montana and Wyoming
Schlemmer says when sugarbeet growers have a good year, so does Montana’s overall economy.
12 Montana farmers and ranchers participated in the advocacy event
For over a century now, the U.S. Sheep Experiment Station has led the way in research for the sheep industry.
To commemorate the PLC’s 50th Anniversary, the group enlisted a Montana artist to capture the spirit and heritage of the West.
Nearly 200 people came to the Lewis and Clark County Fairgrounds in Helena last week, for a chance to taste a unique Montana flavor.
"It grew from 500 acres last year to 14,000 acres just in the state of Montana," said Colby Johnson, who farms near Conrad.
Farmers are raising more pulse crops like chick peas, which provide growers both agronomic and financial benefits.
The Pride of the Judith was formed to save Hobson’s historic grain elevators.
In 2016, the company began purchasing equipment to support the needs of pulse crop processing.
Each year, the Lehfeldt family brings their sheep to aid in the control of noxious weeds like leafy spurge.
When wildfires do break in the area, neighbors are willing to drop everything and protect their way of life.
An amazing 77 percent of the crop is still in good to excellent condition.