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New 2017 Montana Pulses Buyers Guide, Crop Budget Projection Comparisons now available

Montana is the # 1 producer of peas and lentils in the United states, and ranks third in chickpea (garbanzo bean) production

New 2017 Montana Pulses Buyers Guide, Crop Budget Projection Comparisons now available

Produce Safety Plan Workshops Offered in March

March 2-3 in Billings, March 6-7 in Corvallis and March 9-10 in Kalispell

Produce Safety Plan Workshops Offered in March

Helena, Mont. – Fresh produce farmers will receive training and help developing their on-farm food safety Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) plans in three locations throughout Montana this March. The On-Farm Food Safety GAP Workshops will guide participants through the plan writing process. The workshops will be led by food safety experts Nancy Matheson, David Wise, and Jonda Crosby, and will be held March 2-3 in Billings, March 6-7 in Corvallis and March 9-10 in Kalispell.

Montana Legislature - Look up bill information for the 2017 session

Montana Legislature - Look up bill information for the 2017 session
Are you interested in bills at the 2017 Montana Legislature that may affect agriculture? Use the Montana Legislative Branch's online LAWS website to look up current bill information.

Steph Hystad
Business Development Specialist

Phone : (406) 444-5425
E-mail : SHystad@mt.gov
Fax : (406) 444-9442

 


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