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What A Year It’s Been!


Now is the greatest time ever to be a member of Montana Farm Bureau!

Farmers in the Crosshairs of Trade Dispute


We're back this week with another trade update from American Farm Bureau. President Trump promised to shake things up when it comes to trade, and he’s wasted no time in doing just that!

Show Up, Step Up, Team Up...


"Farm Bureau is a great organization and I am so lucky to have such a good start into the organization; I would recommend that every young person involved in agriculture become a member of Farm Bureau."

Ag Industry Careers: Resume Do’s and Don’ts


Spring has sprung and college graduation is only a few weeks away! Searching for a career in early adulthood is an exciting time, with these tips and tricks we hope that your resume will be the least of your worries as you submit job applications.

China Responds to U.S. Aluminum and Steel Tariffs


In part two of our Trade Double-Header, we hear from AFBF Economist, Veronica Nigh on the Chinese response to U.S. tariffs.

Trade Tensions Rise


With trade talks intensifying, information is changing rapidly. Today, we're bringing you a special double header on the blog to share the latest on trade from American Farm Bureau.

Get Involved; Share Your Voice


Richland County's Don Steinbeisser, Jr. sits on the AFBF Environmental Issues Advisory Committee which met recently in Washington D.C.

Someone Poisoned the Water Hole!


Woody from Toy Story was on to something when it comes to water quality! Spring is the perfect time of year to test your well water to ensure a safe drinking source for you and your family.

No Taste for Waste


Learn how to fight household food waste and see what farmers and ranchers are doing to fight food loss in their fields.

Success Favors the Prepared


Sweet Grass County Farm Bureau, Justin Cremer, shares highlights from his recent trip to the Young Farmer and Rancher Leadership Conference in Reno, NV.