As the bison meat industry grows, processors and marketers say they need more producers to help build the market. One major hurdle is recruiting ranchers.
If the Montana Department of Livestock and the Fish Wildlife and Parks can’t come to agreement on an issue of bison management, the governor gets to decide
Researchers are saying Montana elk are to blame for an animal disease spreading into new areas around Yellowstone National Park.
In light of the protests received, the BLM is vacating the proposed decision to allow year round grazing on the Flat Creek Allotment
The Board of Livestock is currently awaiting a legal opinion from the Attorney General’s office regarding a decision on year round bison tolerance in Montana.
An interesting response to 8 common myths about bison and the management of Yellowstone Park bison by the National Park Service.
Recently, at the conclusion of the 2018 Montana 4-H Congress held on the campus of Montana State University a new batch of 4-H Ambassadors was announced.
Great Falls, Mont.— Governor Steve Bullock recently announced the appointment of two new directors to the Montana Wheat and Barley Committee (MWBC). Adam Carney of Scobey, will replace District 1 Director Buzz Mattelin of Culbertson, while Charlie Bumgarner of Belt, will replace District 5 Director Bruce Myllymaki of Stanford. Both Mattelin and Myllymaki are termed out, having served on the committee for 9 years.