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The Big Horn County Farm Bureau, along with First Interstate Bank/Hardin, has presented three deserving students with FFA jackets as part of the Blue Jacket Bonanza.
Thinking about running for office in 2018? Don’t miss Montana Farm Bureau’s Campaign School February 12-13. This two-day session covers everything from selecting your campaign theme and issues to how to set up your campaign structure, how to manage money and how to win.
This seminar is a two-day strategy session for anyone who has thought about throwing their hat into the political ring. The seminar was developed by the American Farm Bureau Federation with input from political consultants and staff of both major political parties.
President Trump, who addressed the crowd of more than 7400 touched on issues of particular importance to agriculturists such as regulations, labor and trade, and decrying the costs of excessive regulation and tallying the rules his administration has moved to eliminate.
MFBF members are busy taking in the sights of the 2018 AFBF Convention in Nashville. Here's just a small snapshot of what they've been up to the last few days.
With a new year upon us, it's time to make new plans and goals for your farm or ranch. Take advantage of this opportunity to from a great line up of University specialists.
Four Montana Farm Bureau members have been chosen to serve on National Issue Advisory Committees for American Farm Bureau Federation. These committees play an important role in AFBF’s policy implementation and development.
We're lucky to have such generous sponsors in the Farm Bureau family--join us in thanking them!
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.
Hans McPherson, a diversified rancher from Stevensville, was re-elected as president of the Montana Farm Bureau Federation during the organization’s annual convention Nov. 12-15 in Billings. Cyndi Johnson, a Conrad small grains farmer, was re-elected as vice president.