Market transparency and true price discovery are two priorities of the U.S. Cattlemen’s Association (USCA), which recently took that message to the nation’s Capitol.
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An area of low pressure will continue to track through Montana Friday.
Rich in both history and farmland, the Sun River Valley remains a vital part of the Central Montana landscape.
Widespread showers will continue into the weekend, due to the passage of a cold front through Montana.
Windy conditions will ramp up the fire weather concern on Wednesday.
High pressure continues to control our forecast on Tuesday.
With 10 number one hits, 40 top ten hits and 66 chart hits, along with songs that embody the American cowboy, Moe Bandy can trace it all back to growing up on a ranch near San Antonio, Texas.
High pressure will offer up mostly sunny skies this week; however, afternoon showers remain a likelihood.
A passing cold front will help to kick off stronger storms on Friday.
One key issue USCA members discussed with officials was finding a permanent solution to electronic logging devices and hours of service for U.S. livestock haulers.
Thursday will be a hot one throughout Central Montana.
Despite the recent rain and sunshine, range and pasture conditions aren’t looking quite as favorable as last year at this time.
A weak cold front will impact the Northeastern corner of the state; however, winds will be the only impact from this system.
In order to learn about all aspects of the beef lifecycle, the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA) held the 2019 Young Cattlemen’s Conference to prepare producers for leadership roles in the beef industry.
The week starts out sunny and warm for all of the Treasure State.
Lingering shower will move through Central Montana on Friday.
Many Montana farmers raise quality wheat and barley and that’s why it’s in demand by international millers and bakers, including in Mexico.
Strong thunderstorms are likely Thursday afternoon.
The Montana Department of Agriculture has named the new coordinator of the Montana Hemp Program.
Sunshine and warmer weather will last through the first half of Thursday before our next weather system moves in.