Wood-N-Woven brings value-added products to Eastern Montana
Montana Farm Bureau Foundation grant helps rural business fill a niche by turning wool products considered “waste” into beautiful, hand made, custom textiles.
Miles Community College launches meat processing course
Miles Community College's meat cutting course, a new 7.5 week remote and online workforce training program, will begin its first class at the end of October 2020.
'More Food' urged Yellowstone Farmers into Action
When the Yellowstone County Farm Bureau formed in March 1918, its leaders pledged to help one another increase productivity in their farm fields and a feeling of community between their neighbors. More than 100 years later, the Farm Bureau holds true to these ideals.
Quietly planting the seeds of leadership
It is time for a new generation of Farm Bureau members to step up and start communicating with community leaders, government leaders, and most of the general public.
ACE’ing Youth Agriculture Education
If we don’t become leaders and advocate for our way of life, some one else will and we might not like what their message is.
Influencing hearts and minds for agriculture
Everyday our industry becomes an even hotter topic for those that don’t understand or are quick to judge our practices, so by doing our best to learn from past mishaps we can continue to influence minds and build up our industry.
A seat at the table
We need to find, recognize, and encourage leaders in our communities to get involved and speak up on whatever level they can and within whatever time frame they can give. I would like everyone to have a seat at the table.
Always growing, always learning
It’s important for farmers and ranchers to continue to educate ourselves on communication and advocacy. If we don’t tell our side of the story, someone else will tell their version of it.
A United Voice For Agriculture
I feel through Farm Bureau we can help answer the calls and questions with factual and up-to-date data. I believe it is up to us to represent our industry and tell our story.
Every agriculturalists’ responsibility
We all depend upon both a healthy natural world (environment) and economical agricultural production (affordable food and clothing). This is why it is so critically important that agriculture communicates both how and what it is doing to better protect our natural world.