At the halfway mark, Montana agriculture is in good hands

By Nicole Rolf and Rachel Cone, Montana Farm Bureau Federation

As we review the official first half of the Montana Legislative session, it’s safe to say the session is looking good for Montana agriculture. Of the 3,357 total bill draft requests, 1,121 have been formally introduced. Montana Farm Bureau has taken a stance and lobbied for or against 60 of those, based on the policy directives of our farming and ranching members. Many of the bills we have supported are already on their way to...

By Nicole Rolf and Rachel Cone, Montana Farm Bureau Federation As we review the official first half of the Montana Legislative session, it’s sa...
By Nicole Rolf and Rachel Cone, Montana Farm Bureau Federation New bills are arriving rapidly in the 2021 Montana State Legislative Session, an...
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