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Potential for Foot Rot

With spring upon us, that means mud and muck. Those in the agriculture industry are thankful for the snow and moisture after last year’s drought. One of the downfalls of the mud is the challenge it...

 

LYIP Holds Annual Meeting

Lower Yellowstone Irrigation Project held its annual meeting last Friday with the main theme of attending the hearing in Great Falls on April 19th. Several speakers highlighted how important it is for farmers, business people and the community at...

 

Richey Family Enjoys Raising Lambs & Kids

Wyn and Pete Reimann, with the help of their two daughters, Cassie and Livvy and Wyn's dad, Bob Walker, maintain a herd consisting of 95 Suffolk/Hampshire cross ewes and 21 registered boer does....

 

Proper Timing of Pasture Turnout Critical for Drought Recovery

North Dakota's drought-stressed pastures, especially pastures stressed during the fall of 2017, should receive special care this spring to help them recover from the drought, North Dakota State...

 

MSU Releases Green Pea Variety 12 Years In The Making

More than a decade ago when Montana's pulse crop industry was a sliver in northeastern Montana and there wasn't much money to fund alternative crop trials, a Montana State University agricultural...

 

NDSU Extension Releases Pulse Crop Insect Diagnostic Series

Pulse crop producers have a new tool to help them identify insect pests that attack chickpeas, field peas and lentils in the major pulse-growing areas of the U.S. The new "Pulse Crop Insect...

 

Gilchrist Provides Information About Weather Affects on Area Agriculture

The MonDak Ag Days and Trade Show recently hosted Pat Gilchrist, who explained past weather trends and predicted upcoming weather trends that may or may not have a negative impact on Eastern Montana...

 
 By Tom Halvorson    News    April 4, 2018

9th Circuit Reverses Federal District Court Injunction Against Irrigation Project

The U. S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit has reversed the federal district court in Great Falls in the case by Defenders of Wildlife against the Lower Yellowstone Irrigation Project. The district court had issued a preliminary injunction...

 

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