I was able to chat with Paul Heaton. His son Grant is only 8 years old and has been diagnosed with a rare disease called Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. This fundraising cattle sale is going to benefit DMD research.
Eight-year-old Grant Heaton of Worden has Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, a debilitating genetic disease with no cure. His parents spearhead a cattle sale fundraiser to help support research. Here's how you can help.
Everything that goes into a cow is plant-based. Hay, grain, grass etc. all plant-based. So sink your teeth into a good quality piece of Montana beef and do your testbeds and your own state's economy a favor.
"We have about 60 plus herds across Montana that are under quarantine pending testing to clear them to make sure that they don't have TB in their herds. We've not found TB outside of that initial positive herd, and we hope that that's what continues."
We wanna buy Montana beef, but the question is- how? We talked about that and more with Lanie White from The Great Alone Cattle Company in Two Dot, Montana. They're hosting an upcoming meat seminar in Billings.
That historic heart-shaped cattle brand that we told you about back on November 5th sold over the weekend for $36,000 in Joliet, Montana. Absarokee auctioneer Rick Young tells us it was an awesome auction.
Check out this cattle brand that is coming up for auction later this month. It is a heart-shaped cattle brand that has been in one family all the way back since it was first registered in 1873. The brand was first registered to O.C. Whitney of Ennis, Montana on February 10, 1873.
Walter Schweitzer is the newly-elected president of the Montana Farmers Union (and yes, he's also the brother of former Democrat Governor Brian Schweitzer). He joined us on Montana Talks- Montana's leading statewide radio talk show- to talk about the cattle markets, and what many believe is market manipulation by the major meat packers.