Fall Update for Northeast Montana Ranching

What a year we are having in the cattle business with prices never seen before!  Many of us have wondered just how much our consumers will be willing to pay for beef.  Well, apparently a healthy amount!  With this increase in prices comes an increase in pressure to produce a better, more consistent product.  We…

Seeking Applications and Nominations for Young Ag Couples Conference

We are looking for Young Stockgrowers interested in attending the 35th Annual Young Ag Couples Conference in Helena, January 21-24, 2015 at the Red Lion Colonial Hotel. Hosted by the Montana Department of Agriculture, the conference will explore contemporary issues facing family operated agri-business as well as development of leadership skills needed to survive in…

Montana ranch women featured in new iBook

Continuing coverage from the release of our new book, Ladies and Livestock, the following is an article by Amanda Radke for Tri-State Livestock News. The book is now available exclusively on iTunes for $14.99. Click here to go to the store. Grit and grace, boots and biscuits, flowers and financial plans. The term “ranch woman”…

Ranching Roots – What is a cowgirl?

By Book Author, Lauren Chase, Montana Family Ranching Project – You can read more stories about Montana ranch women in the Montana Stockgrowers Association’s new digital photo book, “Ladies and Livestock: Life on the Ranch,” which is available for download on the Apple store for $14.99. Be sure to flip through the pages to watch video…

Montana State Collegiate Stockgrower interns with CAB

Karoline Rose of Three Forks, Mont., joins the Certified Angus Beef® (CAB®) team this fall as an Industry Information school term intern. Based out of her home office in Bozeman, Mont., Rose assists CAB in writing news releases and industry updates, produces feature stories on Montana’s Angus ranchers, and creates social media posts to help…