During the 2017 Farm Bureau National Commodity Conference July 16-18 in Rogers, Ark., state Farm Bureau commodity leaders shared issues and policy development ideas for their states to submit for national resolutions.
MFBF is urging landowners to pay attention to a notice received from the state regarding the opportunity to file on an Exempt Water Right.
On the Endecott Ranch near Ennis, cows are number one. From calving through weaning, and throughout the long, harsh winters in the Madison Valley, Janet Endecott’s Red Angus and Herefords receive the best of everything.
Sweet Grass County's Noxious Weed Coordinator wanted to take on the area’s weed problem. But in order to do it right, she knew the fight would have to continue for a long time – at least long enough to outlast the 8- to 10-year seed supply of knapweed.
Farm Bureau looks forward to working with the administration, Congress, and officials in Canada and Mexico to protect these important markets while addressing issues that have limited the trade potential of U.S. farmers and ranchers.
Today, Environmental Protection Association Administrator Scott Pruitt officially announced the proposal to repeal the 2015 Waters of the U.S. (WOTUS) Rule.
A cookout of Americans’ favorite foods for the Fourth of July, including hot dogs, cheeseburgers, pork spare ribs, potato salad, baked beans, lemonade and chocolate milk, will cost slightly less this year.
The Water Rights Protection Act introduced in the House could bring U.S. ranchers much-needed relief from ongoing efforts by the federal government to extort privately held water rights from law-abiding citizens.
Senator Jeff Welborn (SD-36) from Dillon and Representative Walt Sales (HD-69) from Manhattan received the Friend of Farm Bureau Award during Montana Farm Bureau’s Summer Conference June 6-8 in Fairmont Hot Springs.
Montana cattle may well show up on Chinese dinner tables thanks to an historic agreement between the United States and China. The U.S. Department of Agriculture has reached a final agreement with Chinese officials on final details of a protocol to allow the U.S. to begin the beef exports to China.