Approximately one month following the Presidential Summit, the U.S. and China reached consensus on addressing issues in areas including agricultural trade, financial services, investment, and energy.
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.
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.
This week Fort Worth, Texas and the Will Rogers Memorial Center will play host to the 7th annual gathering of A Legacy of Legends. This event was established to continue the legacy of Ray Hunt and Tom Dorrance, two of the greatest and most influential horsemen of all time. Formed by Buck Brannaman and Carolyn Hunt, the annual Gathering is a way honor the teachings of Ray and Tom.
On the campus of Montana State University - Bozeman, equine students are working with wild horses that will one day be apart of the Heroes and Horses three phase process, an experiential learning program for combat veterans. Heroes and Horses inspires veterans to move beyond the difficulties experienced from years of war, towards a life of restoration and hope, with the use of horses.
2017 marks the 41st year of the MATE Show and Home and Health Expo. With the NILE Stockshow and Rodeo taking over the event in 2008 the MATE Show has continued to grow and put its mark on agriculture.
National Bike to Work Week is May 15th-19th this year.
Each year noxious weeds and invasive species cause damage to millions of acres of land in Montana alone. And to help educate the next generation of land users and land owners the Yellowstone County Weed District in Billings conducts in class programs followed up by field tours around the region.
Mexico was found guilty in a legal proceeding of using unfair trade practices, and must be held accountable.