4/19/2017 11:00:00 AM/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
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