Each year, the Montana Stockgrowers Foundation awards scholarships to college students who are seeking a career beneficial to ranching. Three students were selected for 2022 2022 Heritage Education Scholarship. To be eligible for the scholarships, applicants must be currently enrolled in college and have completed at least one semester in college, be a member, or […]
Matt Pierson, a Montana rancher, created the Producer Partnership, where beef producers donate their cull animals and the food goes to the needy.
U.S. Senator Jon Tester introduced his Agriculture Right to Repair Act, which will finally guarantee farmers the right to repair their own equipment.
Pack mules at Montana’s Ninemile ranch are vital to keeping trails on more than 3 million acres of land open for the public and providing access in the roadless backcountry.
The Helle family’s dedication to bringing fine quality, source-verified ‘Made in the USA’ Merino wool to Americans is paying off with the Duckworth brand.
Grain storage is expected to increase in fall 2020, as farmers anticipate above-average harvests and low prices.
An inside look at a niche U.S. market, who are some of the remaining emu farmers here and who’s buying emu meat.
Farmer John Stahl has partnered with Draught Works brewery in Missoula, Montana, to pick up free spent grain to supplement his livestock feed.
Today, U.S. Senator Jon Tester, a Democrat from Montana, introduced a resolution supporting the reestablishment of a country-of-origin labeling program, better known simply as COOL. The resolution puts forth a firm statement of support for COOL, which was repealed in 2015. The introduction follows months of coordination and collaboration by the senator, pulling together consumer […]