By John Youngberg, Vice President of Governmental Affairs, MFBF Imagine you wanted to change the slope of your lawn slightly, and you learned you first needed to obtain an expensive federal permit because the work would alter the way rainwater runs off. Or say you needed to wait years to build a dock, place a […]
BOZEMAN – Recent news both on a national and statewide basis shows that farming and ranching comprise some of the most hazardous jobs across the nation. However, in Montana, there has been a slight decrease in fatalities. The number of Montana fatalities in the category of agriculture, forestry and fishing declined to 45 in 2006, […]
WASHINGTON, D.C., September 24, 2007 –American Farm Bureau economists release monthly analysis indicating the direction of the agricultural industry in general, as well as specific sectors. This information provides insight that can be used in market-related articles. Click here to view the September AFBF Market Update.