As we celebrate our Centennial year, we're looking at ways to continue our legacy and help the Farm Bureau grow. Find out how the MFB Foundation is planning to do just that.
Activists have grown rich by suing the government and reaping billions of taxpayers’ dollars – and all in secret. The U.S. Department of Interior has issued an order to curb this abuse of basic, democratic processes and to open backroom deals to public scrutiny.
Not sure if lamb is your jam? Well, plan for next year and attend the Lamb Jam event in Helena. Lewis & Clark County Farm Bureau helped plan the event which showcased three chefs and their featured lamb recipes.
MFBF Vice President, Cyndi Johnson was recently featured in AFBF's Focus on Agriculture Column.
The ‘Montana Ag in Color’ drawing contest consists of six entry categories for students in kindergarten through sixth grade. Entry categories include areas specific to Montana Agriculture: Farm Animals, Crops, Cattle, Noxious Weeds, Grains, and Careers.
Farm Bureau, at both the state and national level, offers excellent opportunities for young farmers and ranchers to hone their knowledge about agriculture and win amazing prizes.
It's that time of year again--sign your producer consent form to keep your Beef Checkoff dollars working in Montana.
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State Farm Bureau Presidents met today with President Trump and Vice President Pence to express their continuing concerns over trade and the financial difficulties tariffs and related barriers are causing farmers and ranchers.
September 6th is National Read a Book Day. Grab your kids, a good story and join us!