Montana Ag Network
With a focus on improving soil health, Roger and Betsy Indreland have transformed how they ranch near Big Timber.
One of the region’s biggest pulse crop companies has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and reorganization.
Reliable and strong broadband internet is a necessity for farmers and ranchers and the quality of life for all rural Americans.
Barley Days is a weekend event that gives Miller-Coors employees in Montana a chance to network and taste test their products.
Montana staples like wheat and barley to lesser-known crops such as pulse and hemp are grown in northcentral Montana.
Some changes are on the way for the Montana Ag in the Classroom program thanks to a new partnership.
Big Sandy organic farmer Bob Quinn has written a book to share the secrets to success, offer insight on value-added agriculture and the importance of nutritious food options for consumers.
Even though the price of this year’s July 4 cookouts are up slightly, they still remain affordable for consumers.
Cattlemen and cattlewomen nationwide are going to have their fingers crossed this year for a successful growing season along with a successful corn harvest.
Pork producers met in Great Falls on Tuesday to discuss and prepare for animal health emergencies.
Market transparency and true price discovery are two important priorities of the US Cattlemen’s Association.
The Sun River Valley remains a vital part of the central Montana landscape — but year after year, this area has found itself under water.
The USDA is cutting the expected corn crop by over a billion bushels from the previous forecast and boosting corn price prospects along with soybean prices rising in sympathy.
Ranchers recently gathered in Miles City for the Montana Stockgrowers Association’s mid-year meeting in Miles City.
Cattle ranchers are lobbying for a permanent solution to the electronic logging devices and hours of service issue for U.S. livestock haulers.