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Montana Organic Lentil Pioneer David Oien To Be Honored As Outstanding Agricultural Leader

BOZEMAN - A third-generation Montana farmer with a philosophy degree who spent 30 years shepherding Montana agriculture into the forefront of organic and alternative crop production has been named...

 

MSU Professor Finds Irrigation Timing Benefits Wheat Yield And Quality

In an agricultural state enduring one of the worst droughts in recent history, a Montana State University crop physiologist may have some good news for state watersheds and farmers' pocketbooks when...

 
 By Jenny Lavey    News    November 30, 2016

MSU College of Agriculture Students Win More than $400,000 in Scholarships

BOZEMAN – The Montana State University College of Agriculture distributed more than $400,000 in scholarships to more than 200 agriculture students at its annual student scholarship banquet held earlier this month. The banquet, held during the colle...

 
 By Jenny Lavey    News    October 12, 2016

MSU to honor Jim Hagenbarth as Outstanding Agricultural Leader

Jim Hagenbarth of Hagenbarth Livestock in Dillon has been named the 2016 Outstanding Agricultural Leader on behalf of Montana State University's College of Agriculture and Montana Agricultural...

 
 By Jenny Lavey    News    June 22, 2016

Montana State Starts New Program

BOZEMAN - The Montana State University Alumni Foundation has developed a new way for farmers to support Montana State University: through donations of grain. The new program, called Bushels for...

 

MSU Montana Agricultural Experiment Station Releases Wheat Variety Resistant To Major Pest

Nine years ago, a tiny orange bug quietly entered northwestern Montana and began demolishing spring wheat yields, costing producers millions of dollars. What was once a primary cash crop for Flathead and Lake counties quickly became an economic...

 

MSU-Developed Varieties Are Top Planted Wheat Crops In Montana This Year

Montana farmers planted wheat varieties developed by the Montana State University Montana Agricultural Experiment Station (MAES) more than any other variety in 2015, according to the United States Department of Agriculture. USDA statistics show th...

 
 By Jenny Lavey    News    October 7, 2015

MSU Online Master's Graduate Studies Results of Fracking Brine Water Spill

Alexa Azure has always been interested in water. An enrolled member of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe in North Dakota, she remembers one spring when the water tasted gritty and another time when Standing Rock completely ran out of water. She...

 

MSU Scientists Find Higher Economic Returns When Grain Growers Use Pulse Crops Instead Of Fallow

BOZEMAN - Wheat growers who grow both pea and wheat in their fields are likely to lessen the economic risks of farming while maintaining the same level of profits as those who grow only wheat or leave a field fallow, according to a group of Montana...

 

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