MTPR

Montana Stockgrowers Association

Roughly 300 people attended an event Saturday Night in Great Falls organized by Great Falls Area Concerned Citizens opposing the proposed Madison Food Park
Corin Cates-Carney

As a Canadian company decides how to proceed with its stated plans for an industrial slaughterhouse in Great Falls, which could provide thousands of new jobs, an opposition movement is trying to keep it away from town.

Cattle.
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A group opposed to a proposed large livestock processing facility in Great Falls is hosting a public meeting about it this weekend.

Some ranchers in state say the slaughterhouse would add jobs and save them the expense of shipping their cattle out of state.

The brewing trade war between China and the U.S. is making Montana farmers and ranchers nervous.

Cattle.
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Plans President Donald Trump has made to place new tariffs on foreign-made steel and aluminum Thursday have rattled Montana’s agriculture sector. MTPR's Edward O’Brien has reaction from farmers and ranchers who fear they’ll be the first casualties of a new trade war.

MFP project Architectural & Engineering Firm EPSTEIN Global, Inc.

The Alberta-based livestock company Friesen Foods is proposing a 3,000 acre slaughterhouse and food processing facility outside of Great Falls.

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