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Travels with MFBF’s State Staff and Volunteer Leaders

Montana Farm Bureau wants to keep you “in the know” with the federation’s activities. Tune in regularly to see what your county leaders are up to and how MFBF is promoting agriculture!

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Our hats are off to you, Sen. Ankney and Rep. Cook!

8/10/2017

Senator Duane Ankney and Rep. Rob Cook were honored with the Montana Farm Bureau's Golden Windmill Award for their service to agriculture in the 2017 Montana Legislative Session.

Our hats are off to you, Sen. Hoven and Rep. McKamey!

8/4/2017

Senator Brian Hoven and Rep. Wendy McKamey were honored with the Montana Farm Bureau's Golden Windmill Award for their service to agriculture in the 2017 Montana Legislative Session.

Our hats are off to you, Sen. Lang and Rep. Shaw!

8/4/2017

Senator Mike Lang and Rep. Ray Shaw were honored with the Montana Farm Bureau's Golden Windmill Award for their service to agriculture in the 2017 Montana Legislative Session.

Montana Strong

8/1/2017

With so many opportunities to donate supplies, labor and money to Lodgepole Fire relief efforts, here are some highlights of how Montanans have stepped in to help.

The Table is Set…

7/28/2017

Montana’s Longest Table was orchestrated by the Fergus County Extension Service, sponsored by the Lewistown Downtown Association started by a committee of local business owners, ranchers and ag organization representatives.

Healthy Lentil Soup Recipe

7/11/2017

Healthy Lentil Soup, step one: please consider; for what farmer is able to reap, unless he first has faith, and trust the seed to the earth?

What does that "file for exempt water rights" notice really mean?

7/6/2017

Nearly 350,000 property owners in Montana recently received notice in the mail of their opportunity to file exempt water rights. What should you do with it?

"We decided, we HAVE to do something."

6/3/2017

The Lewis & Clark County Farm Bureau hosted their inaugural Ag Day this May. More than 140 fourth graders from the East Helena Schools got a hands-on ranch experience. Here's how they did it.

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