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Farm Safety and Health Week shifts into high gear


Farm Bureau is reminding everyone in agricultural communities about their role in staying safe on the farm and ranch during National Farm Safety and Health Week (Sept. 15-21).

Montana Farm Bureau announces 2020 ‘Ag in Color’ Drawing Contest


The Montana Farm Bureau Federation announces its ‘Ag in Color’ Drawing Contest, part of their Montana Youth (MY) Agriculture Literacy program.

Farm Bureau urges Congress for quick ratification of trade agreement


The Montana Farm Bureau is urging Congress to ratify the U.S. Mexico-Canada Trade agreement. The trade relationship with Canada and Mexico is critical to American farmers.

Farm Bureau cheers repeal of onerous water rule


The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said WOTUS vastly and unclearly expanded the definition of “Waters of the United States” beyond the limits imposed by Congress and affirmed by the U.S. Supreme Court.

Technology is the Answer to Feed a Growing Population


We will need innovation with all sectors of agriculture.

Rural Advocacy Calls for Creativity


When the results of the next decennial census (just around the corner) are in, we’ll likely see that the trend of rural population decline continues.

The Grassroots Way


Our grassroots way of doing things in Farm Bureau is very effective in Washington.

The Glamorous Lifestyle of a Ranch Mom


It’s 10:28 on a Saturday night and this is the first time since 7:30 this morning that I’m alone.

Federal Court sends illegal water rule back to EPA


A federal court says the 2015 Waters of the United States (WOTUS) rule is unlawful under the Clean Water Act because of its “vast expansion of jurisdiction over waters and land traditionally within the states’ regulatory authority.”

Career, creative management helps young producer keep ranch sustainable


"I really just wanted to ranch, but due to generational issues, there wasn’t an opportunity at that time to stay."