During this holiday season we hope your ties to family and sense of community is strong, welcoming and comforting.  Gift giving can often turn stressful when searching for ‘the perfect gift’.  This year, MFBF wants to help with that!
The Montana Made Gift Guide show cases 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!

Yellowstone Grassfed Beef

Yellowstone Grassfed Beef is a beef company based out of Bozeman, Montana that sells grassfed, grass-finished beef from two holistically-managed Montana ranches. We graze our cattle in bunched herds, the way the bison used to roam; they are fueled by prairie grasses and sagebrush, sunshine, mountain air and clean water.

There are no hormones, antibiotics, feedlots or grain in their diets - just grass. We move our herds and manage our ranches to coexist with the wildlife that share the landscape. The result is a product that is delicious and nourishing but, more importantly, represents the reciprocity of working ranches and western conservation - we believe one cannot exist without the other.

This holiday season, Yellowstone Grassfed Beef has put together holiday boxes for you to give as gifts to colleagues, employees, clients, friends or family. The boxes are tastefully put together with beef, a customized card, and sent off to the recipient! If you are looking to give the gift of Montana beef this holiday season, we would love to partner with you.
You can purchase our product on our online store at www.yellowstonegrassfedbeef.com or at many grocery stores in the Gallatin Valley, and at the Good Food Store and Natural Grocers in Missoula.

Be sure to follow along with Yellowstone Grassfed Beef on Facebook and on Instagram!

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 participate.