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Sidney Sugars Salutes All Area Sugar Beet Growers

Sidney Sugars is fortunate to work with a fantastic group of growers, combining everyone's expertise to produce a high quality crop of sugar beets and then turn those beets into America's favorite...

 

Planter Test Stand Days Feb. 22 & 23

Planting to stand is the key to producing a sugar beet crop that does not need thinning but allows for a maximum number of beets per acre. "The seed going in the ground is the foundation for the...

 

Harold and Dirk Schlothauer, Sugar Valley Growers

Dave Schlothauer, of German Russian descent, left his home In Colorado at the age of 13 and made his way with a buddy to Fairview, MT, starting the farming operation that continues today. He worked...

 

Savage Growers Balance Full Time Business And Sugar Beet Growing

Craig McPherson is an entrepreneur, business owner and farmer. Patriarch to the McPherson family with six children and seven grandchildren, Craig owns and operates the farm that has been operated by his family for four generations. Throughout those...

 

Cayko Joins GMO Advocacy Group

Kathryn Cayko has been spreading the word about genetically modified organisms (GMO) to people around the community. Cayko is the Montana Biotech Spokeswoman for the Montana Dakota Sugar Beet...

 

Ethan Chamberlain, Factory District Grower

It takes a special brand of man to start from very little, seek the knowledge he needs to begin a lifelong career, and begin without hesitation. Ethan Chamberlain, 21 years old of Sidney, MT, is a...

 

VS Inc. Makes Farming Work with Trust & Co-operation

The Steinbeisser family of Sidney, encompassing three generations, makes their huge farming and ranching operation work using mutual trust and co-operation. Brothers Jim, Don Jr., Craig, and their...

 

Sidney Sugars Hires New Agriculturalist

James Johnson is the newest member of the team of agriculturalists at Sidney Sugars. Growing up on a farm at Oberon ND, he has been involved in farming his whole life, and worked for sugar beet...

 

Sidney Sugars Campaign

On Feb 9th, Sidney Sugars was on Day 129 of a campaign expected to last 173 days, ending about March 25th, depending on the amount of shrinkage in the piles. Dave Garland, Sidney Sugars general...

 

Assistant US Attorney General Files to Dissolve Construction Injunction

In 2015, a federal court judge in Great Falls issued an injunction against the construction of the fish bypass and concrete weir on the Yellowstone River at Intake. At risk is water for 58,000 acres o...

 

Get Ready for Christmas Around the World, Sat. Nov. 26th

Kick-off the Christmas season and celebrate during the Christmas Around the World Stroll the Saturday after Thanksgiving, Nov. 26th, from 3:00pm – 7:00pm with the Parade of Lights to follow....

 

Annual Parade of Trees

The Parade of Trees was held at the MonDak Heritage Center for the first time in 2015; pictured are some of the donated trees and wreaths that were auctioned off last year....

 

Tavern Association Donation

In keeping with tradition, the Richland County Tavern Association is donating baskets of food which include everything for a delicious, traditional Thanksgiving dinner. Pictured, L to R, are Joel...

 

Support Local Businesses on Shop Small Saturday, Nov. 26th

Support your local businesses on Shop Small Saturday, Nov. 26th, and take advantage of great sales and great shopping. Shop Small Saturday is a national movement that was created by American Express i...

 

#GivingTuesday Speaks to the Spirit of Giving in All of Us

Giving is the reason for the season, so it seems only appropriate that #GivingTuesday would follow shopping days Black Friday, Shop Small Saturday, and Cyber Monday. #GivingTuesday is a social media...

 

Christmases Past; Christmas Today

I've decided that Christmas truly belongs to youngsters. The eager eyes, the intense anticipation, and the sheer enchantment of the season spills out of every child's being, and adults cannot help...

 

Bring the Kids to Quilts & More to Enjoy Their Live Animals & Shop Great Sales

You won't want to miss out on what's happening at Quilts & More on Friday, Nov. 25th and Saturday, Nov. 26th. Stop by the store to get 25% off holiday fabric and be sure to bring the kids,...

 

2016 Harvest Festival Artwork Winners

Taking 1st place in the 4th - 6th grade division is Sienna Boehler with her "Tree Sunset" picture. Placing 2nd was Hannah Ossowski with "Pattern Tree" and 3rd was Jordan Skeens with "Plane." Taking...

 

Memories You Just Can't Beet

Having been born and raised in Richland County, agriculture has had a lasting impression on me, and still does. As a child, my mom and grandma leased their land to wheat farmers, but it was beet...

 

Celebrate Harvest in the MonDak during Harvest Days, Oct. 19 - 28

The Roundup is proud to sponsor Harvest Days, Oct. 19th – 28th, as a way to celebrate and honor those in the agricultural industry. Stop by participating businesses to enter for a chance to win $500...

 

2016 International Year of Pulses

Celebrate 2016 as the International Year of Pulses! Pulse crops, that is, and there are plenty of reasons to celebrate because Montana and North Dakota are the two leading states for pulse crop...

 

Pulse Crops Allow for Diversified Income Potential

In 2003 Beau Anderson made a decision that would change the way he farmed. The price of wheat was down; durum was only selling for $3.35 a bushel, but lentils were selling for $.12 per pound. State...

 

Enter Make It With Sugar Oct. 21 for a Chance to Win Great Prizes

The Make It With Sugar contest is coming up, Friday, Oct. 21st, and Anne Babb is looking forward to another year of participation. This will be her fourth year taking part in the contest, previously h...

 

2016 Roundup Harvest Festival Beet Decorating Contest

Once again, the kids who entered The Roundup's beet decorating contest showed great imagination and skill. Judging took place on October 11 at Neu's Super Valu in Fairview. Thank you very much to...

 

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