Helena, Mont. – The Montana Department of Livestock (MDOL) reports that multiple horses on a Gallatin County premises have been diagnosed with equine infectious anemia (EIA). EIA was last diagnosed in Montana in 2011 in Carbon County.
You’ll be surprised by how much wild horses are costing you. Is it possible to manage wild horses in a way that benefits the horses and the taxpayers?
With the severe drought conditions affecting many throughout the state, the Montana Department of Agriculture wants to remind folks that the Hay Hotline is available to producers as an online tool to connect buyers and sellers of hay and pasture.
The 11th Annual Top of the West Horse Sale and Ranch Horse Competition was held this past weekend at the Copper Spring Ranch in Bozeman, MT. The event was hosted by the Equine Boosters of MSU.
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.
Is the growth in the beef cow herd starting to slow down?
For the third time in 2017 the Fed has raised interest rates. The economy is healthy but what will be the effect of the tax overhaul?