This Month

Ag and Animals

Where would Montana be without its animals? A large percentage of the state’s economy revolves around livestock. Dogs and horses contribute to work and to play. Wildlife viewing, hunting, and fishing are lucrative enterprises, enjoyed by residents and visitors alike. And then there are the people. Montanans are
a whole other animal—hardworking, humble, and kind. From farm to forest, city to stream, the diversity of life in the Treasure State makes it a place of beauty.

 

This issue of Treasure State Lifestyles focuses on just that—the abundance of life in Montana. Agriculture is an obvious contributor; farmers, ranchers, and supporting agri-businesses devote themselves to the production of crops and livestock. Pet suppliers, groomers, and veterinarians improve the quality of life for our four-legged friends (and for the owners that love them). Wild game makes Montana a destination for hunters and outdoorsmen, and there are plenty of opportunities for men and women who prefer to witness nature through art.

 

Follow us through the state’s agricultural history, farm and ranch communities,
and even the “big” cities, as we explore the diversity of life in Montana. Of the lower 48, the Treasure State is one of the few that still has more animals than people. Undoubtedly, this is a factor in Montana being the Last Best Place.

Winifred International Suites
Craig Edwards

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      Hope GoodPublisher/Executive Editor
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