With a large percentage of Montana slated to be regulated under the 2015 Waters of the U.S. (WOTUS) Rule, the Montana Farm Bureau expressed cautious optimism in today’s ruling that federal district courts have the jurisdiction to review the unlawful rule.
Sweet Grass County Farm Bureau is sponsoring Annie’s Project, a series of classes designed by women for women in Agriculture to foster problem solving, decision making and record keeping skills in women managing a modern farming and ranching enterprise. Our second class focused financial literacy and resources.
If you're considering running for office this year, you won't want to miss out on the great information and resources shared during this event.
The Agriculture Department is being reoriented with a new focus on farmers, its customers, and has already built a record of success. In his opening remarks, Perdue also spoke about the importance of trade to U.S. agriculture and the priority of successful NAFTA negotiations.
Carl Mattson, a member of the Hill-Liberty-Blaine County Farm Bureau, has been named Farm Service Agency Committee Chair in Montana. A second Farm Bureau member, Bruce Tutvedt, has been selected to serve on the committee.
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..
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.
Hans McPherson, MFBF president, has been elected to a one-year term on the AFBF Board of Directors and Lillian Ostendorf, a Powderville rancher, has been re-elected to her 4th two-year term as western region representative on the AFBF Women’s Leadership Committee.
Thirty MFBF members heard American Farm Bureau Federation President Zippy Duvall call on farmers and ranchers to redouble their efforts to advocate for agriculture during 2018. Duvall noted that the current administration has begun moving to undo some of the regulations that have burdened them for years.
Delegates to the American Farm Bureau Federation’s 2018 Annual Convention unanimously re-elected AFBF President Zippy Duvall. Delegates also approved measures to help assure a prosperous agricultural and rural economy in the coming year and beyond.