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Three competitions enable members to showcase their leadership experience, communication skills and successful business plans as they compete against the best of the best from each state Farm Bureau.
Farmers and ranchers in Montana and across the country are applauding Japan’s final approval of a trade deal that will lower tariffs for U.S. exports to that nation.
Learning how to advocate for agriculture has been a one-year endeavor for seven motivated Montana Farm Bureau members who graduated from the ACE program last week during the MFBF 100th Annual Convention.
he Delegates Session is what makes Farm Bureau a unique grassroots organization; farmers and ranchers developing policy during their county annual meetings which is then voted on at the MFBF Convention.
The American Farm Bureau Federation’s 34th annual survey of classic items found on the Thanksgiving Day dinner table indicates the average cost of this year’s feast for 10 is $48.91, or less than $5.00 per person.
The Fly-In provides an excellent opportunity for members to take their voices to Washington, D.C. and participate in the policy development process.
Pre-order your full-color, premium Centennial Celebration book today. Legacies is scheduled to ship during Winter 2020.
The Discussion Meet, which is open to Farm Bureau members age 18-35, is meant to simulate a committee meeting with ideas discussed and solutions developed.
American Farm Bureau President Zippy Duvall addressed a crowd of more than 400 Montana Farm Bureau members during MFBF’s Centennial Celebration Gala Wednesday evening in Billings.
How farmers and rancher deal with consumer priorities was the main topic during the Collegiate Discussion Meet November 11 during the Montana Farm Bureau Annual Convention in Billings.