Welcome home to this beautiful west end rancher! This zero threshold home is being built with attention to detail. With a large island and big…
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…
Outdoor recreation is a hugely important cultural touchstone for millions of Americans. Hunting, fishing, boating, hiking, wildlife watching, …
Head west to where some of the world’s best beef originates. Learn about meat label meanings, beef cooking techniques and more.
The Montana cattle ranch practices regenerative ranching to rebuild soil’s organic matter and restore degraded biodiversity.
Financial pressures, unpredictable weather, drought, long work days and social isolation can cause stress and take a toll on the mental health of Montana's farmers and ranchers, officials say.
A real-estate boom has arrived in the Flint Creek Valley — with a 196% increase in sales between 2019 and 2020 — yet this is still ag country.
A North Dakota man will serve four years in federal prison for bank fraud and transporting stolen livestock across state lines.
Drought in western North Dakota has intensified over the past week, with little relief in sight.
Republican Gov.-elect Greg Gianforte, who will be sworn in Jan. 4, announced Wednesday his first cabinet selection — Mike Foster to run the Department of Agriculture.
Over the course of his life Thomas McGirl co-founded the first stage line in the area, operated a ferry boat across the Yellowstone River near Huntley, opened a meat market, was one of the area’s earliest cattle ranchers, farmed and in his old age helped fund the Billings YMCA.
While the logger or firefighter might seem the typical character of the U.S. Forest Service world, ranchers play a noticeable role too.
Native Americans who frequented the area often called it the “land of big snows.” In 1806, William Clark christened it Hot Springs Valley. Early trappers used the French word trou (hole), to describe a wide-open basin between mountain ranges. And the homesteaders and ranchers, who moved into these bottomlands in the 1880s, adopted this term for the Big Hole Valley. Later, in the days when hay was piled high like giant loaves of bread, it was often referred to as the “valley of 10,000 hay stacks.”
BOZEMAN — Researchers have known for years that the current and projected impacts of climate change present challenges for agricultural productivity, with potentially serious consequences for farm and ranch livelihoods. But what hasn’t been clear is what this means for farmers’ and ranchers’ mental health.
The increased demand for Wyoming's cattle production hasn't led to increased profits for local farmers and ranchers.
The Wyoming Stock Growers Association “strongly opposed” the bill, claiming the state's existing regulations were a necessary back-up plan in the off chance the federal government did away with supports for the state-level programs.
The U.S.-China trade war matters to Montana ag producers, but it's not nearly their biggest worry, according to state and national Farm Bureau…
Town along the Rocky Mountain Front were mostly back to normal Tuesday, but the area’s ranches were still working to extract themselves from the snowdrifts.
MANDAN, N.D. — The nearly yearlong Dakota Access Pipeline protests that ended in early 2017 created tension at the border between the Standing…
“The country which borders the river is high broken and rocky, generally imbeded with a Soft Sand Stone. higher up the hill the Stone is of a brownish yellow hard and gritty... this Countrey may with propriety I think be termed the Deserts of America, as I do not Conceive any part can ever be Settled, as it is deficient in water, Timber & too Steep too be tilled.”