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The 2018 MFBF Summer Conference will be held at Fairmont Hot Springs from June 12-14th. Check back for more details at a later time.
Feb. 13, 1919: the Montana Farm Bureau Federation was born with Gov. S.V. Stewart's signing of Senate Bill 30: "A Bill to Authorize the Incorporation of County Farm Bureaus…"
Looking for fresh event ideas in 2018? We visited with the Mason County Farm Bureau in Kentucky to learn more about their Traveling Book Barn.
Park County Farm Bureau recently held a hugely successful seminar. Take it from them; sometimes the simplest of events are the most popular.
MFB Foundation is holding their annual Youth Speech Contest during the Montana FFA State Convention, April 4-7 in Billings. Students learn valuable public speaking skills and can win cash prizes.
Richland County Farm Bureau has put their own delicious spin on a winter time Super Bowl celebration.
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.