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The Montana Farm Bureau Young Farmer and Rancher Committee is thrilled that for the sixth consecutive year, Montana Polaris is the sponsor of the YF&R Discussion Meet, awarding a Ranger® Side by Side UTV to the winner of that competition. The Discussion Meet, which is open to Farm Bureau members age 18-35, is meant to simulate a committee meeting with ideas discussed and solutions developed. The MFBF YF&R Discussion Meet will take place Tuesday, Nov. 10 during the MFBF Annual Convention in Billings.

“We are excited and honored to have Polaris and our Montana Polaris Dealers sponsoring our Young Farmers and Ranchers again this year and donating the Grand Prize Ranger for our 2020 Discussion Meet winner,” said MFBF YF&R Chair J.M. Peck. “We are looking forward to our upcoming annual convention and especially the discussion meet competition.”

Kyle Hoover, district retail manager, Polaris, noted, “Polaris and the sponsoring Polaris dealers of Montana are very excited to once again partner with the Montana Farm Bureau and their Young Farmer and Rancher Program. Giving back and supporting our local agricultural economies in our great state is an absolute win-win for all of us.”    

Not only will the winner of the Montana Discussion Meet receive a Polaris, but an expense-paid trip to compete in the national YF&R Discussion Meet in January in San Diego, CA.

Thanks to these participating Polaris dealers for supporting our Young Farmers and Ranchers: Gallatin Recreation, Bozeman; Helena Cycle, Helena; Yellowstone Polaris, Billings; Beaverhead Motors, Dillon; Riverside Marine & Cycle, Miles City; Montana Power Products, Ronan; Jesco Marine, Kalispell; Redline Sports, Inc, Butte; Lewistown Honda & Polaris, Lewistown; and Hi-line Polaris, Havre; Sports City Cyclery, Great Falls and Kurt’s Polaris, Missoula. Be sure to stop by their dealerships to say thank you for supporting the Montana Farm Bureau Young Farmers and Ranchers, and check out their inventory.

For more information on the 2020 MFBF YF&R Discussion Meet and to view the 2020 Discussion Meet questions, visit  or contact Sue Ann Streufert, 406-587-3153,

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