Shirley Rolf noticed a spot above her eyebrow in 1996. “It was just after my father died of esophagus cancer. I found the spot above my eyebrow, and my mother urged me to go to the doctor,” says Rolf. The Miles City rancher grew up on a ranch, riding horses and doing ranch work, always […]
The recently proposed Initiative 166, although couched in campaign finance reform rhetoric, would hurt small business and family farmers and ranchers, according to the Montana Farm Bureau Federation. “This is not about finance reform and banning corporate money in campaigns, it’s about constitutional rights,” says John Youngberg, Montana Farm Bureau’s vice president of governmental affairs. […] Continue reading . . .
The state’s largest agricultural organization, the Montana Farm Bureau, says the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the U.S. Forest Service and National Park Service may risk violating the Interagency Bison Management Plan (IBMP) if helicopter hazing of buffalo is halted. A group, the Alliance of the Wild Rockies, has […] Continue reading . . .