MFBF is applauding the U.S. Senate and House for introducing two bills that clarify air emissions from animal waste on the farm are not applicable under the CERCLA act.
As we continue to celebrate National Agriculture Week, we're putting the spotlight on some of Montana Farm Bureau's brightest young farmers and ranchers.
Ag Week was created to educate the public on the productivity of farmers and ranchers in the U.S. Also, in celebration of Ag Week, members of the MFBF Promotion and Education Committee will be generating social media posts highlighting delicious home-cooked meals made with Montana agricultural products.
Under current regulations, approximately 200,000 farms and ranches could be legally obliged to report emissions from animal agricultural operations, even though those rules were written to cover industrial emergencies, rather than routine, low-level emissions from farms and ranches.
National Ag Day is Tuesday, March 20. But why stop the celebration with just one day?
FSA is holding meetings to present information on the Livestock Indemnity Program (LIP). Read on for the meeting dates, times and locations.
"We as individuals are a byproduct of our environment. Isn't that what we are told?"
"People don't care how much you know, until they know how much you care."
These tips will make sure you're investing in one of the most irreplaceable assets on your farm or ranch; yourself.
Fire is no joking matter for Montana farm and ranch families. These tips will help you prevent fire and be prepared to react in the event one does occur.