You could say Monday wasn’t Tom Vilsack’s first rodeo.
Responding to dwindling cattle profits and rising grocery store meat prices, the White House has announced it will invest $1 billion in local …
Montana won't have enough money to cover all the 2021 claims of livestock killed by predators, the State Livestock Loss Board is reporting.
As 2021 comes to a close, farmers and ranchers in Montana are still suffering through the worst drought conditions the state has seen in nearl…
Taiwan imports 1.36 million metric tons of wheat every year and 95% of that grain comes from the United States.
KALISPELL — This apple is not your everyday supermarket fruit.
It's been decades since bovine TB was detected in Montana.
What was once thought to be a future commodity is now a pariah for area farmers who gave it a shot.
“Yield-wise, it will be our worse year since 1988,” said Cassidy Marn, Montana Wheat and Barley Committee executive vice president.
MontanaFair’s final day saw the return of the annual Patrick K. Goggins 4-H/FFA Junior Livestock Sale, with the attendance of new members and …
“They’re quite hard to keep on the shelves. A lot of people come in for their cherry barbecue sauce.”
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation had attempted to bridge the buyer and seller, since acquisition of the land would have provided public access to an additional 9,300 acres of BLM and state land now inaccessible.
The White House confirmed the meeting will take place as part of the president’s discussion with the Western Governors Association about wildfire response and prevention.
In places, this landscape resembles a beige, barren winter. Trees and shrubs have no leaves, chewed off by a grasshopper swarm so large it registered on weather radar as a 170-mile-long thundercloud.
Concerns about the meatpacking industry are no longer limited to farm-state lawmakers. A tight meat supply at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic also brought challenges to America’s supermarkets.
This week's ransomware attack on the world’s largest meatpacker was a gut check for Montana ranchers, still weary after slaughterhouse slowdow…
Along with potentially devastating impacts for ranchers, the dry conditions also make the region ripe for wildfires.
Bovine tuberculosis has been confirmed in a South Dakota cattle herd for the first time in four years.
Market availability is also tied to when ranchers choose to begin calving, with spring calves typically selling in the fall and usually around October.
Drought in western North Dakota has intensified over the past week, with little relief in sight.