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Montana Made Gift Guide: The Oil Barn

Montana Made Gift Guide: The Oil Barn
During this holiday season we hope your ties to family and sense of community are strong, welcoming and comforting.  With the holidays, comes gift giving, which can often turn stressful when searching for ‘the perfect gift’.  This year, MFBF wants to help with that!
The Montana Made Gift Guide showcases Montana Farm Bureau Members, their entrepreneurial spirits and the great products they create.  If you’d like to support rural Montana and local businesses this holiday season, we’ve got some great ideas for you!

The Oil Barn

The Oil Barn is a small, farmer owned operation nestled between the beautiful Bear Paw Mountains and the mighty Missouri River, southeast of Big Sandy in North Central Montana. With over 20 years of organic farming experience, we have a deep respect for the earth and understand the value of healthy farming practices. At The Oil Barn we believe that organic and natural is better. We never use any chemical solvents in our extraction process. Our oil is all natural, low temperature, expeller crushed from hi-oleic safflower grown on our farm. Unlike many other companies, The Oil Barn does not use any chemicals or materials to refine, bleach or deodorize our oil. We leave it exactly how it comes out of the seed to give you the full value of 100% natural oil in high nutrition, mild, clean taste, pleasing aroma and golden color.

You can find our products in these great stores around Montana
Great Falls
2J's
Missoula
Missoula Fresh Market
Good Food Store
Helena
Real Food Store
Bozeman
Town & Country
Sola Café
Big Sandy
The Grocery Store
Fort Benton 
Montana Flour & Grain
River Market
Loma
Pa's Mart
Havre
Gary & Leo's IGA
Simply Natural
Bear Paw Meats

To order online, visit The Oilbarn Website and follow us on Facebook!

Do you have a great Montana Made product you'd like to see featured in our gift guide?  We'd love to help you out!  Please answer a few short questions for us about your product and business by taking this survey.  Please submit some photos to chelciec@mfbf.org. You must be a member of Montana Farm Bureau to particpate.



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