Wednesday, April 19, 2017/Categories: General News, People in Ag, Livestock, Grains, Ag Issues, State Government
Montana –– The Montana Department of Agriculture recently unveiled the 2017 edition of Grown in Montana, a magazine and web program that promotes and educates how the food and agriculture community contributes to Montana’s economic well-being.
Stories highlight Montana’s food producers, the local community and farm families. Articles focus on Montana’s top-quality grains, the benefit of local Montana products and how Montana distilleries are boosting the agriculture industry.
Find more innovative and engaging content about Montana’s food and agriculture at www.farmflavor.com/montana-agriculture. Grown in Montana is part of FarmFlavor.com, a national food and farming website that profiles America's hardworking farmers and ranchers, and connects consumers to the country's vital agriculture industry. The website includes recipes, data-based facts about U.S. agriculture and overviews of the farmers who produce our food, fuel and fiber.
For a free digital version of the magazine optimized for iPads, tablets and other mobile devices, visit www.farmflavor.com/montana/grown-montana-2017.
Farm Flavor Media publishes Grown in Montana, a print and digital content marketing program, which has support from and targeted distribution through the Montana Department of Agriculture.
Pictures: Montana Department of Agriculture
Montana Department of Agriculture
Today the April 1 cattle-on-feed report was released by the USDA. The bullish pre-report optimism turned out to be more negative than what analysts had expected.
To assist young Montanan’s education of rangeland, Montana Range Days, Inc. has established the Montana Range Days Scholarship fund. Three $1,000 scholarships are awarded to applicants that are majoring in Range Science or a related field. The scholarship will be awarded upon successful completion of one semester of college.