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WOTUS ruling sets dangerous precedent; time to Ditch the Rule


South Carolina District Court’s injunction of the Waters of the United States ruling further emphasizes the importance of passing legislation that once and for all drives a stake in the 2015 rule and sends EPA back to the table to draft a workable solution.

Registration is open for the 2018 Young Ag Leadership Conference


This exciting, one-of-a-kind conference is set to take place October 5-7 at the Big Horn Resort in Billings, MT. YALC is a collaborative effort between nine of Montana’s agricultural organizations.

Farm Bill Will Help Farmers and Ranchers Weather the Economic Storm


A storm is brewing in farm country in the form of a dragging agricultural economy, a shaky outlook for our export markets and ag labor shortage. Farmers and ranchers are used to dealing with tough and unpredictable weather, but that doesn’t mean they don’t hope and pray for a break in the clouds.

Montana Farm Bureau VP hones speaking skills at communications boot camp


MFBF Vice President Cyndi Johnson was one of 15 farm and ranch female leaders who were recognized by AFBF as graduates of the comprehensive training. The intensive three-day course comprised hands-on sessions regarding public speaking, working with the media and messaging.

Advocacy, Hill visits essential part of Montana Farm Bureau D.C. Fly-In


Three MFBF members who earned a trip to the nation’s capital had an opportunity to tour the Capitol and the White House, meet with Congressmen, visit with the major decision makers at USDA, and glean critical information from AFBF’s public policy team.