Today the April 1 cattle-on-feed report was released by the USDA. The bullish pre-report optimism turned out to be more negative than what analysts had expected.
Recently Saskatchewan rancher Adrienne Ivey was checking heifers when she and her husband discovered that their 150 heifers were following a beaver across their pasture.
One of the seven public meetings to collect input from the public on the current Animal Disease Traceability System (ADT) will be held in Billings, MT.
A long-term study shows that soil compaction may no longer need to be a worry for many producers grazing cattle on corn stubble.
Rita Jane Gabbett 4/10/17 China has agreed once more to allow U.S. beef exports to that country, ending a ban in effect since 2003. The deal was struck over the weekend between President Donald Trump and China President Xi Jinping, according to the Financial Times.
President Trump orders USDA to open protected grazing lands to aid ranchers affected by devastating wildfires.
After several years of working with the Miles City community, agricultural leaders, businesses and individuals donors Miles Community College proudly cut the ribbon on the brand new MCC Ag Advancement Center.
Enjoy the new installment of FFA Friday. Northern Ag Network is proud to introduce you to the brand new crop of Montana FFA State Officers.
This week meet the brand new Montana FFA State First Vice President Seth Rekdal from the Shepherd FFA!
"Every cow-calf producer out there may not have lost money, but they didn't make much, if they made any."
The sheep industry has had a long and volatile history throughout its time in Montana.