With a reputation that spans more than six decades, we are still Grandpa’s newspaper. We’re also Mom’s working horse blogDad’s source for the most recent livestock and grain market reports, and the kids rodeo standings and event coverage.  Many of our agriculture readers still like the convenience of news that arrives in their mailbox in addition to their inbox. Proof? In an era of decreasing print publications, Tri-State Livestock News' agriculture publications are growing in subscribers and reach.  

Whether ranching 10,000 acres in Montana or raising a few horses in Nebraska, from large to small scale operations, our readers trust that the information and advertising in our publications is worth their time and money. That investment of time may be on a smartphone in the tractor while the latest GPS technology does the planting, or with a newspaper in front of the wood stove, waiting for a heifer to calve at 3 a.m.

  • 92% of the newspapers we print go to paid subscribers, most of whom have been paying to read our publications for more than 15 years.
  • 87% of our newspaper subscribers live in the Dakotas, Montana, Wyoming, Nebraska and Montana, but we mail the paper all over the country and the world
  • An average of 31,000 people per month visit our website.

We live where you live, and we’ve made it our business to know your business. Please speak with one of our account managers to learn more about how you can reach ag audiences across the western United States.