Read the latest news from the MFB AgNews Wire:




Ag organizations call on U.S. Department of Agriculture for livestock loss relief


The USDA needs to realize this past winter/calving season in many cases provided an impossibility to care for calves and cows for even the most dedicated cattle producer. However, the circumstances did not match the Livestock Indemnity Program criteria. That criteria needs to be changed.

New trade agreement a win for Montana agriculture


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.

Montana Farm Bureau pleased with farm bill progress


The farm bill is essential in providing farmers and ranchers with continued access to risk management tools, assistance in foreign market development, and conservation and environmental stewardship programs.

Montana Farm Bureau policy set for 2019


This year’s Resolutions Session brought together 150 voting delegates from counties across the state to voice their opinions and vote on the proposed policies. A broad range of issues were covered within those policies – everything from broadband to livestock to taxation.

MFBF Convention Workshop: Feeding and Care of Your Large Animal Vet


A good relationship with your large animal veterinarian makes for a better veterinary experience for you and your livestock. That’s the message Beth Blevins, DVM, and Katie Rein, DVM, gave at the MFBF Annual Convention in Billings.