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For the sixth consecutive year, Montana Polaris is the sponsor of the YF&R Discussion Meet, awarding a Ranger® Side by Side UTV to the winner of that competition.
It’s important for farmers and ranchers to continue to educate ourselves on communication and advocacy. If we don’t tell our side of the story, someone else will tell their version of it.
Bringing vitality back to small towns is the goal of the Montana Farm Bureau Foundation’s Centennial Community Fund. The selection committee chose Otium because of the enthusiasm the Strongs showed toward their business and their energetic desire to see a revitalization in their community.
One rancher who continually asks questions and keeps improving his cattle and range is Bill Milton. Bill, along with his wife, Dana, received the first Montana Leopold Award during the 2019 Montana Farm Bureau Convention in Billings.
Many people who need health care in Broadus need to drive 90 miles for the basics and 180 miles for more serious health care. The goal of Powder River First Responders operated by Shane Copps and wife Kesa, is to keep people at home instead of needing to make the long trip for health care.
Welcome to the first quarterly "Boots on the Hill" report. While our members are busy working out in the country, Montana Farm Bureau has continued to attend interim committee meetings, virtually and is keeping up with what is being discussed in the legislature.
The book, Legacies: The Values, Principles and Purpose of Montana Farm Bureau, is now available for purchase. The book, written by agricultural journalist Laura Nelson, explores the founding of Montana Farm Bureau from 1919 to present day.
I feel through Farm Bureau we can help answer the calls and questions with factual and up-to-date data. I believe it is up to us to represent our industry and tell our story.
The Montana Farm Bureau Federation is urging Montana’s ag business entrepreneurs to apply for the 2021 Ag Innovation Challenge.
The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) goes into effect today, at a crucial time for farmers and ranchers struggling to recover from COVID-19 losses and a depressed agricultural economy.