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Learning about agency work, meeting with legislators and watching a Senate Floor Session was all part of the Montana Farm Bureau Young Farmers and Ranchers Calling on the Capitol January 31-February 1 in Helena.
In his hour-long talk, the president covered topics important to America’s farmers and ranchers ranging from immigration to trade to curbing onerous regulations.
Cali Rae Rooney, winner of the Montana Farm Bureau Young Farmer & Rancher Discussion Meet, had the opportunity to compete at the national level during American Farm Bureau’s 100th Annual Convention.
Montana has a voluntary tax check-off designation for Agricultural Literacy. These funds have the potential to provide materials and agricultural curriculum to teachers and schools across the state providing adequate knowledge of agriculture for students.
Farmer and rancher delegates to the American Farm Bureau Federation’s 100th Annual Convention today adopted policies to guide the organization’s work during its centennial year.
Farmers and ranchers in western states have face many challenges dealing with the abundance of Federal lands, according to George Wentz Jr., a partner in the Davillier Law Group, who presented at the AFBF Convention in New Orleans.
The 66th Session of the Montana State Legislature is underway and MFBF is providing you, the Young Farmer and Rancher members of our organization, an opportunity to let YOUR voice be heard.
Let YOUR voice be heard during the 2019 MFBF Calling on the Capitol. Also celebrate the official 100th birthday of the Montana Farm Bureau Federation, February 13, 1919.
The new Congress poses challenges to farm and ranch legislation due to the increasing number of urban Congressmen. With the changeover in the House, it’s especially important for Farm Bureau members to engage with their Congressmen.
Hans McPherson, a diversified farmer from Stevensville, was re-elected to serve on the Board of Directors for the American Farm Bureau during the organization’s 100th Annual Convention in New Orleans.