The MFBF YF&R Discussion Meet is November 8 in Billings. Sign up now--these tips will help you prepare!
The Montana Beef Council (MBC) has spent a lot of time in the headlines over the last couple of years. Unfortunately, it hasn’t been to promote any of the high quality beef promotion projects they’re so well known for.
Today we're revisiting a great guest post written by Jennie Anderson. Jennie is a past winner of the Discussion Meet and shares great insights into participating in the contest.
What events and programs are you planning for next year? Here's a roundup of membership resources to help make it easier to incorporate membership efforts into your new program of work.
If you've lost livestock to wolves, grizzly bears or mountain lions in 2018 you may be eligible for financial assistance. Apply for a grant from the Livestock Loss Board by October 10.
Interested in taking your leadership abilities to the next level? Apply to be a part of MFBF's ACE training program.
As we celebrate our Centennial year, we're looking at ways to continue our legacy and help the Farm Bureau grow. Find out how the MFB Foundation is planning to do just that.
Not sure if lamb is your jam? Well, plan for next year and attend the Lamb Jam event in Helena. Lewis & Clark County Farm Bureau helped plan the event which showcased three chefs and their featured lamb recipes.
MFBF Vice President, Cyndi Johnson was recently featured in AFBF's Focus on Agriculture Column.
It's that time of year again--sign your producer consent form to keep your Beef Checkoff dollars working in Montana.