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Trump Says "We Are Locked and Loaded"


Trump Authorizes Release of Oil from Strategic Petroleum Reserve


Ranchers Travel to Japan to Promote US Beef


Purdue Files for Bankrupsy Protection


Qatar Based Foundation Supporting US Schools



Hurricane Dorian Downgraded to Category 3


Cost Guard: 25 Bodies Found after California Boat Fire


Great Falls Trolley Under New Ownership


Evacuations Lifted for Wildland Fire


Joe Biden Calls for Elimination of Gun Magazines That Can Hold Multiple Bullets In Them.


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Hurricane Dorian Grows In Power, Could Hit Florida As Catagory 4




Montana Gov. Requests Additional Assistance for Farmers

Montana Governor Steve Bullock today requested additional assistance from U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue for Montana sugarbeet farmers who experienced severe losses this harvest season. “Both the production and quality of Montana’s sugarbeet crop experienced severe

What is the Cost of Raising Sheep?

The Livestock Marketing Information Center worked with the American Sheep Industry Association (ASI) to provide baseline estimates regarding the on-farm/ranch costs of producing lambs. Best-estimate industry parameters were used to generate regionally representative budgets. The U.S. Baseline

EPA Approves M-44 Predator Control Devices

This week, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced a more protective interim decision on sodium cyanide, the compound used in M-44 devices to control certain wild predators, primarily coyotes, as part of the re-registration review process

CBD Market Showing Signs of Falling?

Many farmers sought to capitalize on surging demand for cannabidiol (CBD), which proponents say has medical benefits, and expanded their plantings into hemp. But wholesale prices for plant matter used in CBD production fell as much as

Daines Proposes New Framework to Protect Water Rights for All Montanans

U.S. SENATE – After years of negotiations, U.S. Senator Steve Daines today announced that he has reached an agreement with the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes (CSKT) on a new framework for a permanent water settlement. Daines will

Japan’s Final Approval on Trade Deal a Win for Agriculture

Japan’s Upper House of Parliament Wednesday ratified a partial trade agreement with the United States, which will go into effect on January 1, 2020. “Now that the final hurdle to a deal with Japan has been cleared,

Hereford Producers Could See Increases In Cattle Prices

Designed to identify superior Hereford-influenced feeder cattle, the Hereford Advantage program now offers additional benefits to add value to feeder cattle. With these enhancements, cattlemen using Hereford bulls can provide value beyond genetic merit through health and

Net Farm Income Forecast Higher in 2019

U.S. net farm income is now forecast at $92.5 billion for 2019, up $8.5 billion (10.2%) from the 2018 level, according to USDA’s November 2019 Farm Income Forecast. In inflation-adjusted terms, net farm income is seen up