Montana Farm Bureau members had the opportunity to visit with their Congressmen, meet with agency personnel, tour the Supreme Court and discuss issues with American Farm Bureau policy experts.
Sweet Grass County Farm Bureau is presenting a QPR Suicide Prevention Training Tuesday evening, February 18 at Sweet Grass County Ambulance Station.
As technology has become more affordable, many farmers see it as a tool to help reduce inputs, increase yields and reduce runoff from fertilizers and other necessary chemicals.
The State of Montana has a voluntary tax check-off designation for Agricultural Literacy. These funds have the potential to provide materials and agricultural curriculum to teachers and schools across the state providing adequate knowledge of agriculture for students.
The Montana Farm Bureau Foundation and the Montana Farm Bureau Women’s Leadership Committee are offering several scholarships for students pursuing higher education.
Montana Farm Bureau President Hans McPherson has praised President Donald Trump’s signing of the U.S. Mexico Canada Agreement this morning.
Resolutions originating from Montana Farm Bureau’s grassroots policy process were voted on during the American Farm Bureau Convention in Austin.
A delegation of 38 Montana Farm Bureau members had the opportunity to experience the American Farm Bureau Convention which included seeing President Trump and Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue.
President Donald Trump assured farmers and ranchers that a top priority of his administration is fighting for the farmers and ranchers who grow our food.
MFBF Discussion Meet winner Rocky Forseth competed in two rounds of the national YF&R Discussion Meet during the American Farm Bureau Convention January 18 in Austin.