Montana Farm Bureau is praising the Senate for passing the 2018 farm bill today. MFBF President Hans McPherson and MFBF National Affairs Director Nicole Rolf who are in Washington, D.C this week, expressed their appreciation for Senator Steve Daines and Senator John Tester who both voted to pass the bill.
The new U.S. Mexico Canada trade agreement is a win for all of agriculture whether you’re looking at beef, wheat, milk or other agricultural products.
Today’s announcement regarding the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement is welcome news. The hard-fought win solidifies the trading relationships with North American neighbors.
The Montana Farm Bureau, which has been extremely concerned about the effect of tariffs on farmers and ranchers, was pleased to see some movement in the renegotiation of the NAFTA agreement in regards to Mexico.
Provisions for specialty crop programs, improvements on conservation and rural development programs are in this farm bill. Especially important to Montana farmers and ranchers is improvement to crop insurance and disaster assistance.
The American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture recently released a new "My Little Ag Me" game.
Park County Farm Bureau recently held a hugely successful seminar. Take it from them; sometimes the simplest of events are the most popular.
Richland County Farm Bureau has put their own delicious spin on a winter time Super Bowl celebration.
MFBF Vice President, Cyndi Johnson, reflects on lessons learned and information shared at the recent AFBF Convention in Nashville, TN.
Sweet Grass County Farm Bureau is sponsoring Annie’s Project, a series of classes designed by women for women in Agriculture to foster problem solving, decision making and record keeping skills in women managing a modern farming and ranching enterprise. Our second class focused financial literacy and resources.