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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


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Great Falls Trolley Under New Ownership


Evacuations Lifted for Wildland Fire


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Does Out-of-Season-Lambing Offer Profit Opportunities?

With about 85% of the US lambs born between January and May, yet demand for fresh product throughout the year, is there profit opportunity for producers who can shift their lambing season? This topic was explored from

Montana’s First Leopold Conservation Award

HELENA, MT – Three finalists have been selected for the prestigious Montana Leopold Conservation Award®.   Given in honor of renowned conservationist Aldo Leopold, the award recognizes farmers, ranchers, foresters and other landowners who inspire others with

Ranchers Travel to Japan to Promote U.S. Beef

Two members of the North Dakota Beef Commission traveled to Japan last week as part of a U.S. Meat Export Federation trip to promote U.S. beef. Past Chairman Clark Price of Washburn, N.D., and Vice Chairman Mark

The Big Push For USMCA

Congress is back in session and there is a big push from agriculture country to pass the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement. Farmers for Free Trade hosted a rally on the National Mall in Washington D.C. with a number

VSV Spreads to Cattle in Wyoming

Vesicular Stomatitis (VSV) that has affected some of Wyoming’s equine, has now spread to cattle in three different herds. The cattle cases are believed to be in Park and Platte county with an unofficial report of a

EPA & U.S. Army Repeal WOTUS Rule

WASHINGTON (September 12, 2019) — At an event in Washington, D.C., U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Andrew Wheeler and Department of the Army Assistant Secretary of the Army for Civil Works R.D. James announced that the agencies

The Art and Science of Feeding Cattle

When it comes to nutritional management of growing and finishing cattle, the scientific aspects tend to get the most attention. Hours are spent getting the formulations right and debating the merits of different ingredients and additives. In

The New (Dis)Order in Today’s Market

Written by Abbie Burnett – Certified Angus Beef “Economic and political order has become disorder,” said AgResource president Dan Basse, in market analysis comments at the 2019 Feeding Quality Forum in Amarillo, Texas. In a third of