Warm and breezy weather will take over on Friday.
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He said the farm bill will not cover damages for flooding that occurred in states like Nebraska and South Dakota this past month.
Tuesday’s farm and ranch report is on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. as ranchers who are members of the Public Lands Council attend their annual spring legislative conference.
Every year calving season presents its own set of challenges for Montana ranchers and this year is no exception.
A bill that will double the maximum cap on how much Montana farmers can be charged for the wheat and barley checkoff has been signed into law by Governor Bullock.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture released its quarterly Grain Stocks and annual Prospective Plantings report Friday morning.
This week a long-awaited scrapie rule was published in the Federal Register.
The Super Bowl commercial featuring Bud Light discrediting both Miller Light and Coors Light for using corn syrup during their brewing process is headed the court.
The Yellowstone River was a recent cause for concern for eastern Montana residents and ranchers.
The NILE Stock Show and Rodeo Foundation will host its annual Stetsons and Stilettos gala on Saturday, May 4.
Some Montana ranchers are improving their herds through hard work, traditional marketing methods, and 21st century technology.
The devastation continues across the High Plains and Midwest as record flooding continues. And it’s wreaking havoc on Nebraska’s livestock industry, which could have an impact on Montana ranchers.
On Tuesday, The New York Stock Exchange welcomed Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue and agriculture leaders to New York City.
Last week’s bomb cyclone continues to inundate parts of the Midwest with flood waters this week.
On Friday, the Bureau of Land Management and U.S. Forest Service announced they were amending land use plans for Greater Sage-Grouse habitat management on public lands in seven states.
As America’s farmers continue to endure low commodity prices, President Trump is drawing sharp criticism from rural America after his proposed budget revealed a $26 billion-dollar cut to crop insurance which is helping producers stay in business during these tough times.