Beth Blevins a vetrinarian, rancher and Northwest Counties Farm Bureau member highlights her favorite workshop from the 100th AFBF Convention.
MFBF is taking applications for a Fly-In to Washington, D.C. July 10-13. The Fly-In provides an opportunity for members to take their voices to Washington, D.C. It’s also MFBF’s way of rewarding its members for their participation in the policy development process
This week marked the first full week of committee hearings after the transmittal break.
What does sustainability mean to you? As we celebrate National Ag Day, Farm Bureau member and rancher, J.M. Peck shares what he believes sustainability means and how he practices it.
The recent formal agreement between the Agriculture Department’s Food Safety and Inspection Service and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to jointly oversee the regulation of cell-cultured foods is a win for America’s farmers and ranchers.
National Ag Week, March 10-16, 2019, is a time to recognize and celebrate the abundance provided by agriculture.
Public opinion of our industry evolves daily. Technology allows anyone to control the messages and flow of communication about our industry. How can you step up and step out to create a direct line of communication with consumers?
MFBF applauds the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services’ announcement that there will soon being a rule making to remove the gray wolf from the endangered species list.
With last week’s transmittal deadline marking the half-way point of the 66th Montana Legislature, it’s only fitting that we provide an update on the first half of the session. By and large, agriculture has fared well during the uphill stretch.
Montana Farm Bureau Federation is making safety a priority through the Agricultural Safety Awareness Program with March 3-9 designated as Agricultural Safety Awareness Week.