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Activists have grown rich by suing the government and reaping billions of taxpayers’ dollars – and all in secret. The U.S. Department of Interior has issued an order to curb this abuse of basic, democratic processes and to open backroom deals to public scrutiny.
The ‘Montana Ag in Color’ drawing contest consists of six entry categories for students in kindergarten through sixth grade. Entry categories include areas specific to Montana Agriculture: Farm Animals, Crops, Cattle, Noxious Weeds, Grains, and Careers.
Farm Bureau, at both the state and national level, offers excellent opportunities for young farmers and ranchers to hone their knowledge about agriculture and win amazing prizes.
State Farm Bureau Presidents met today with President Trump and Vice President Pence to express their continuing concerns over trade and the financial difficulties tariffs and related barriers are causing farmers and ranchers.
County Farm Bureaus throughout Montana will soon hold their annual meetings. One of the most important aspects of these meetings will be discussions on policy resolutions for which our grassroots farmer and rancher members believe MFBF should take a stance. Find your county's annual meeting and attend to have your voice heard.
Get out those running shoes and start preparing for the annual Montana Farm Bureau Young Farmers and Ranchers (YF&R) Hoofin’ it for Hunger trail run Saturday, Oct. 6 in Miles City. The race raises money for the Montana Food Bank Network.
MFBF's Young Farmer and Rancher Committee is thrilled that for the fourth 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.
The Montana Farm Bureau, which has been extremely concerned about the effect of tariffs on farmers and ranchers, was pleased to see some movement in the renegotiation of the NAFTA agreement in regards to Mexico.
South Carolina District Court’s injunction of the Waters of the United States ruling further emphasizes the importance of passing legislation that once and for all drives a stake in the 2015 rule and sends EPA back to the table to draft a workable solution.
This exciting, one-of-a-kind conference is set to take place October 5-7 at the Big Horn Resort in Billings, MT. YALC is a collaborative effort between nine of Montana’s agricultural organizations.