WASHINGTON D.C. – Montana Farmers Union members spent last week in Washington D.C. for the National Farmers Union Fly-In. Farmers took to Capitol Hill to
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Since 1916, the U.S. Sheep Experiment Station has been a leading research center for the U.S. sheep industry and other industry partners like the Bureau
BIG SKY – Cowboy hats were seen recently on the golf course in Big Sky for the Montana Stockgrowers Association’s annual T-Bone Classic Golf Tournament.
Since 1968, the Public Lands Council (PLC) has represented the more than 22,000 cattle and sheep producers who hold public lands grazing permits across the
Nearly 200 people came to the Lewis and Clark County Fairgrounds in Helena last week, for a chance to taste a unique Montana flavor. The
Montana’s Golden Triangle is known for its world-class gain production. For the last two years, there is more green next to fields of golden wheat
Gally’s Brewery in Harlowton opened in December of last year and is relatively new to the microbrewery business. That didn’t stop the owners, however, from
HOBSON, Mont. – Many small towns in Montana have some sort of landmark that make them unique and memorable and Hobson is no different. The
It’s harvest time again in Montana and farmers are just getting started with this year’s winter wheat harvest.
The staff at Bear Paw Apiaries in Chinook is collecting the honey through a process called extracting.
A federal judge has granted summary judgment to the USDA that could reinstate country of origin labeling for ranchers and the beef they raise.
For horses and their owners, summertime can present some health challenges. But there are few things owners can do to help keep their equine friends healthy.
American wool is in high demand in the United States and around the world and it is good news for this region’s sheep producers.
Farmers across the region have successfully planted another malt barley crop and before too long combines will be rolling through the golden ripe fields. But this year’s harvest will be a little later than normal.
A grazing project has returned to Malmstrom Air Force Base and it’s helping farmers and ranchers.