When HB 235, the bill that threatened property rights, was tabled in the House Judiciary Committee, the Montana Farm Bureau applauded the committee members for their insight. The bill would have allowed corner crossing as a legal form of access. “There is an effort being made by the bill sponsor and supporters to blast the […]
The Montana Farm Bureau is voicing its strong support for HB 396, a bill introduced by Rep. Mike Lang, R-Malta. The bill requires Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks and the Montana Department of Livestock to get permission from county commissioners before wild bison/buffalo, certified by the state veterinarian as brucellosis-free, can be released, transplanted or […] Continue reading . . .
HELENA–The Montana Farm Bureau is applauding the Legislature for their “yea” vote on House Bill 73, a bill now on its way to Montana Governor Steve Bullock’s office. The wolf management bill would allow the purchase of more than one hunting license for wolves, prohibits the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks from drawing […] Continue reading . . .
BOZEMAN, Mont. – Congressman Steve Daines today called on Congress to pass a long-term Farm Bill that provides certainty for Montana’s farmers and ranchers. In a meeting this morning with leaders of the Montana Farm Bureau Federation, Daines listened to members’ concerns and reaffirmed his commitment to passing a five-year Farm Bill and working to […] Continue reading . . .
Twenty young people with a passion for agriculture participated in Montana Farm Bureau’s Young Farmer and Rancher Calling on the Capitol Jan. 29-30. Calling on the Capitol is a time to learn more about how the legislature operates and meet with state leaders. The group had the opportunity to meet Montana Governor Steve Bullock and […] Continue reading . . .