The Marias River Livestock Association Fall Membership Meeting is just around the corner, and we’ve got two great speakers lined up! Join us at Ringside Ribs Tuesday, Oct. 2 to join in the Q & A with Gary Buffington and Karoline Rose. A no-host social will begin at 5:30 p.m., followed by the meeting and … More MRLA Fall Membership Meeting
I encourage each and every one of you to attend at least one of these gatherings and SPEAK UP, then submit your comments in writing. If you cannot attend, PLEASE send in your comments!!! … More What you need to know…
Grizzlies have been more active than ever this year, and there aren’t many people on the Rocky Mountain Front and plains immediately to the east that haven’t been somehow affected. I keep preaching about everyone needing to show up and speak up, and I’m not going to stop now. These meetings are the chance we … More COMMENT NOW!
By Trina Jo Bradley Vice President, Marias River Livestock Association Tuesday, June 19, 2018 I attended the Interagency Grizzly Bear Committee meeting in Polson, Montana. The meeting began with the usual introductions of the board, followed by the introduction of every person in the room. The CSKT Tribal Council Chairman, Ron Trahan, was also in … More IGBC Summer Meeting
By Trina Jo Bradley Vice President, Marias River Livestock Association Wednesday, May 9 I traveled to Kalispell for the spring meeting of the Northern Continental Divide Ecosystem Subcommittee of the Interagency Grizzly Bear Committee. The meeting started with an update from Gary Bertelotti, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Region 4 Supervisor. He said the grizzlies … More NCDE Subcommittee Spring Meeting
The Friends of Animals (FoA), a Connecticut based activist group, is now petitioning the USFW to have the Pryor Mountain herd of wild horses, located in Montana and Wyoming, protected under the Endangered Species Act. The FoA clearly state their concern for the animals on their website and in the recent lawsuit they filed. Unchecked a … More Wild Mustang, Endangered Species or Invasive Species??
By Trina Jo Bradley Vice President, Marias River Livestock Association As grizzlies, wolves and coyotes continue to be more of an issue for livestock producers in Montana, many ranchers are searching for better ways to protect their livestock. Livestock Guard Dogs are an excellent way to protect your herd – be it sheep, cows, goats … More Ranchers look to livestock guard dogs to protect livestock from predators