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From trade, electronic logging devices, and dietary guidelines, to Environmental Protection Agency regulations, a lot happens in Washington, D.C. that impacts rural America.
The Ag Retailers Association is expressing concerns regarding the potential lack of planting, and its impact on retailers.
Many Montana farmers raise quality wheat and barley and that’s why it’s in demand by international millers and bakers, including in Mexico.
For any beer lovers in Montana, the Montana Department of Agriculture (MDA) will host its first annual beverage show on November 4 in Helena.
The Montana Department of Agriculture has named the new coordinator of the Montana Hemp Program.
Mexico continues to be a growing market for the U.S. wheat industry and this week leaders of both countries are meeting in Cancun for a special Mexico Wheat Trade Conference hosted by the U.S. Wheat Associates.
The U.S. wheat industry is in the spotlight this week in Cancun, Mexico as the U.S Wheat Associates hosts the Mexico Wheat Trade Conference.
During the first two weeks of July, the USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service will survey approximately 1,700 cattle operations across the Mountain Regional states, including Montana.
Federal Communications Commissioner Brendan Carr traveled across Montana this week talking with farmers, ranchers, county commissioners and others about the importance of high-speed internet in rural America.
The Montana Stockgrowers Association is heading east to Miles City for their Mid-Year Meeting. The event will run June 13th through the 15th.
One of Montana’s premiere leadership programs is accepting applications for its next class.
The deadline to apply for a hemp license in Montana has been extended.
A U.S.-Japan trade deal could come “rapidly,” according to President Trump, who is just back from a trip to Japan.
For Trevor Lewis, there isn’t a day that goes by where he doesn’t reflect on the troops he served with.
Montana Ag Network: May 24th Report – Food and agribusiness merger moratorium bills, beef checkoff lawsuit
A broad coalition of 219 farm, food, rural, faith, and consumer advocacy organizations have delivered a letter to Congress endorsing food and agribusiness merger moratorium bills introduced in both chambers.