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MFBF is urging young agriculturalists between ages 18-35 to compete in the MFBF Young Farmer and Rancher Discussion Meet during Convention in Billings. Montana Polaris is the sponsor of the YF&R Discussion Meet, awarding a Ranger® Side by Side UTV to the winner.
Montana Farm Bureau members attending the organization’s 100th Annual Convention November 11-14 in Billings will have the opportunity to attend a variety of informative workshops.
The Montana Farm Bureau Young Farmers & Ranchers Hoofin’ it for Hunger Race in Miles City drew runners from across the country to compete in an event that raises money to fight hunger in Montana.
Montana Farm Bureau is applauding the trade deal between the United States and Japan that will further open markets for both countries. Agriculture is among the biggest beneficiaries.
American Farm Bureau Federation President Zippy Duvall will headline the 100th Montana Farm Bureau Convention. Duvall will provide updates on national ag issues and motivate and inspire members to lead Farm Bureau into the next 100 years.
It will be a night to celebrate 100 years of Farm Bureau! While enjoy the beautiful barn out at the Swift River Ranch, we are excited to welcome AFBF President, Zippy Duvall, presenting the keynote address on his stories and beliefs in Farm Bureau and American agriculture.
Farm Bureau is reminding everyone in agricultural communities about their role in staying safe on the farm and ranch during National Farm Safety and Health Week (Sept. 15-21).
The Montana Farm Bureau Federation announces its ‘Ag in Color’ Drawing Contest, part of their Montana Youth (MY) Agriculture Literacy program.
The Montana Farm Bureau is urging Congress to ratify the U.S. Mexico-Canada Trade agreement. The trade relationship with Canada and Mexico is critical to American farmers.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said WOTUS vastly and unclearly expanded the definition of “Waters of the United States” beyond the limits imposed by Congress and affirmed by the U.S. Supreme Court.