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Whether it be working livestock, running barrels, roping or recreation, the saddle is an essential piece of gear for any horseman.
For months, members have been raising steer, pigs, goats and lambs.
The 2019 Cattle Industry Summer Business Meeting is underway this week in Denver, CO.
This past weekend people gathered at the Gallatin County Fairgrounds for the Warriors and Quiet Waters Foundation’s Warriors Taste Fest. The event featured some of the best restaurants, breweries, and distilleries under the Big Sky.
Roger and Betsy Indreland believe grazing animals can have a positive influence on soil health and the regeneration of organic matter in the soil.
Of the 500,000 acres that ProAg insures, Chouteau and Hill counties were some of the hardest hit.
In today’s agriculture industry, reliable and strong broadband internet is no longer a luxury, but a necessity for farmers and ranchers and the quality of life for most rural Americans.
Barley growers across the region gathered last week for MillerCoors’ annual Barley Days.
On Thursday July 11th, people from all walks of life had the opportunity to learn about Montana agriculture firsthand.
For years, the Montana Ag in the Classroom program has taught youth about the importance of farmers and ranchers.
The organic farmer has written a book to share the secrets to success and offer insight on value-added agriculture and the importance of nutritious food options for consumers.
The American Farm Bureau Federation’s latest market basket survey shows the price of a 13-item basket for a traditional July 4th cookout for ten people is slightly higher than it was last year.
This past week, Superior Livestock Auction and Northern Livestock Video Auction held sales in Billings that featured nearly 50,000 head of cattle. The market was down about $10 compared to a year ago, however.
Pork producers met in Great Falls on Tuesday to discuss and prepare for animal health emergencies.
The agriculture sector is suffering from working capital that’s fallen to critically low levels, according to the forecasting firm Agricultural Economic Insights.