Health & Safety Articles




Farm Groups Launch ‘Farm Town Strong’ Campaign to Address Rural Opioid Epidemic


Rural America is among the hardest hit by our nation's opioid epidemic. The Farm Town Strong campaign seeks to educate and help those affected to find the resources they need..

Health & Safety for Women in Ag


As the primary care taker in many aspects of farm and ranch life it's easy for women to put their own needs aside. However, caring for others means taking care of yourself, too.

Montana Agriculture: Listen. Learn. Lead.


Health and Safety matters too! MFBF Convention workshops discuss mental health resources and keeping women and youth in agriculture safe.

Friday Feature: Further Your Agricultural Education


Convention registration closes one week from today--don't miss out!

Celebrate Porktober!


October is National Pork Month, read on to find some new recipes and great tips for the next time pork is on the menu in your home.

Drought Conditions Continue to Prevail across Montana


Updates from the Governor's Drought & Water Supply Advisory Committee meeting.

8 Great Reasons to try Hoofin' It For Hunger


There are many reasons to participate in the Hoofin’ It for Hunger Trail Race Saturday, Oct. 7 at Fort Keogh in Miles City!

Montana Strong


With so many opportunities to donate supplies, labor and money to Lodgepole Fire relief efforts, here are some highlights of how Montanans have stepped in to help.

Activists’ Cage-Free Egg Plot, Scrambled


A recent court ruling, reveals a crack in leading claims activists have made regarding nutrition and food safety of for “cage-free” eggs.

Ag Safety Week focuses on safety spaces


The Agricultural Safety Awareness Program (ASAP) Week will be celebrated March 5-11, 2017 and is urging respect for the safety spaces around hazardous farm equipment and tasks.