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Keni Reese, Director of Marketing & Communications
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    Montana Stockgrowers Association

    Our mission is to protect and enhance Montana ranch families' ability to grow and deliver safe, healthy, environmentally wholesome beef to the world.

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    Montana Stockgrowers Association
    Tonight, the MSGA, Montana Public Lands Council & Montana Association of State Grazing Districts provided verbal comments regarding the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) draft environmental assessment (EA) on American Prairie Reserve’s (APR) change application for bison. MSGA would like to thank Austin Knudsen, Montana Attorney General for facilitating the in-person meeting and allowing ranchers and members of the community who are impacted by this issue to be heard. The deadline for public comments is September 28, 2021. In addition to the verbal comments shared at tonight’s session, MSGA, MPLC and MASGD will be submitting formal, written comments. MSGA, MPLC and MASGD encourage Montana ranchers to submit comments of their own utilizing MSGA’s Take Action webpage that can be found at ... See MoreSee Less
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    HAPPENING TOMORROW: Attorney General Austin Knudsen will be facilitating a meeting in Malta to collect public comment on APR's application to change grazing practices on their BLM allotments.Wednesday, September 156:00 - 8:00 p.m.Malta Hight School AuditoriumBLM has set a deadline of September 28 for members of the public to comment on their Environmental Assessment (EA) and subsequent Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) for APR's proposal on grazing allotments by taking them out of cattle production and changing to bison. This is a significant change that could have serious repercussions on BLM grazing throughout the West. MSGA encourages everyone to submit comments and attend the upcoming meeting.Find more info on how to submit comments or meeting details here: ... See MoreSee Less
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    ATVs are a major cause of accidents on farms and ranches in Montana. Injuries suffered from four-wheelers include simple sprains and strains, fractures, broken bones, and can sometimes even lead to fatal accidents. When riding four wheelers observe the manufacturers safety guidelines and warnings. ▪️ Protect yourself by wearing proper protective equipment▪️ Keep all ATVs in good repair▪️ Never trust parking brakes▪️ Use reflectors, lights, and flags to increase your visibility ▪️ Park the ATV and walk if the terrain becomes too risky For more ATV safety visit or contact Austin Grazier (406) 587-3153 ... See MoreSee Less
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