WBA Show and Sale Live and Online December 2-4

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Western Bison Association Wild West Stampede Show and Sale: Live and online on qasbuy.com at 10am on December 4th: 95 head; 38 Show and Sale, 57 Production for sale 20 Bull calves, 25 Heifer calves, 10 Yearling Bulls, 13 Yearling Heifers, 16 Two Year Olds: 8 bred and 8 exposed 4 Two Year old bulls, 1 Three Year … Read more

USDA FSA Update for October 2021

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MBA would like to share the latest bulletin from the USDA Farm Service Agency.  It includes helpful information on how to estimate compensation for feed transportation costs and more.  View the entire article here.  

Six Yearling Heifers for Sale

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Six yearling heifers for sale in the Central Montana area. Please contact Steve Mitchell for more information at (406) 366-0172.

USDA Expands Aid to Cover Feed Transportation Costs for Drought-Impacted Rancher

Please see this article from the northern ag network. In response to the severe drought conditions in the West and Great Plains, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced today its plans to help cover the https://www.northernag.net/usda-expands-aid-to-cover-feed-transportation-costs-for-drought-impacted-ranchers/

MSU OLLI offering course this fall on Switching from Cattle to Bison Ranching

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Switching from Cattle to Bison Ranching as a Climate Change Adaptation Bruce Maxwell, a professor in the Department of Land Resources and Environmental Science at MSU, will lead this class which consists of an online introductory lecture and field trip visits to the Flying-D Ranch and the North Bridger Bison. You will also hear from … Read more

Buy, sell or donate hay

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This story from the MTN News and the Montana Ag Network describes the “Hay Hotline” available for landowners in Montana to buy and sell hay.  For more information view the full story here. Access the Hay Hotline here. 

USDA to listen to Farmers on Impacts of COVID-19

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The U.S.D.A is hosting a virtual listening session new farmers and ranchers to find out how COVID-19 affected farming operations and to provide their input on USDA assistance. The virtual event takes place May 6, 2021, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Mountain time.  Complete information and registration is available through the link below. https://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/USDAFARMERS/bulletins/2d7cd48