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Join In The Harvest Festival Celebration...

Another harvest is very close to being completed and everyone is ready to celebrate. Join in our Harvest Festival Celebration this Wednesday, October 22, through Satuday, November 1, and salute the backbone of the MonDak region...Agriculture. We appr...

 

Make It With Sugar Contest Friday, October 24 at Reynolds

Love to Bake? Love to Win Prizes? Enter your tastiest concoction in The Roundup’s Make It With Sugar Contest on Friday, October 24 at Reynolds in Sidney. Categories this year include Cakes, Cookies, Pies, Candy, “Other” and Breads and Rolls....

 

Edam Discusses Changes as a Fourth Generation Wheat Farmer

Dale Edam, a fourth generation wheat farmer in the area, is still working the land that his father and grandfather worked before him. The original homestead of his great-grandfather is about a mile...

 

2014 Beet Decorating Contest Winners

The entries for the annual beet decorating contest were fantastic again this year, making the judges work hard to pick only three in each age group. A huge Thank you to The Powder Keg, Lori Yadon...

 

Richland County has "Interesting" Harvest in 2014

I guess the most appropriate word to use for the 2014 harvest in Richland County is interesting. Not necessarily bad, not necessarily good, just interesting. When the barley harvest started in July,...

 

Keith Steinbeisser Memorial Livestock Judging Contest Held October 12, Winners Announced

The annual Keith Steinbeisser Memorial Livestock Judging Contest was held Sunday, October 12 at the Richland County Fairgrounds. The judging, which used to be held during Ag Days, now takes place in...

 

Jones Retires After 34 Years at Sidney Sugars

After 34 years at Sidney Sugars, Randy Jones is working his last harvest. He will be retiring from his position as the Ag Finance Superintendent to enjoy his family, hobbies and volunteer work. "I'm...

 

NDSU Honors Research Extension Center Staff

Staff from North Dakota State University Research Extension Centers across the state were honored for their years of service at the recent NDSU Extension Service/Research Extension Center fall...

 

NDSU Extension Service Honors Staff for Years of Service

NDSU Extension recognizes 37 people for years of service. North Dakota State University Extension Service faculty and staff were honored for their years of service at the recent NDSU Extension...

 

Extension Honorary Organization Presents Awards

Individuals and a team were honored at the NDSU Extension Service/Research Extension Center fall conference. Epsilon Sigma Phi, the Extension Service honorary organization, presented awards to 10...

 

MSU to Host Annual Agricultural Economics Outlook Conference Nov. 7

Montana State University’s Department of Agricultural Economics and Economics and MSU Extension will host an annual Agricultural Economics Outlook Conference Friday, Nov. 7. This year’s conference, “Montana Agriculture: Current Issues and the...

 

MSU to Celebrate Agriculture Nov. 7–8

Montana State University’s College of Agriculture will hold its annual Celebrate Agriculture Weekend Nov. 7-8 in Bozeman. All events are open to the public. Events will include an agricultural outlook seminar, presentations, tours, a classroom...

 

Who Would Have Thought Vomitoxin In Western ND

Several years ago when scab first became a major problem in durum and spring wheat grown in eastern North Dakota, many of us thought it never would be a problem for us in western North Dakota and...

 

NDSU Releases New Soybean Variety

Characteristics of ND1406HP include 0.6 maturity, purple flower color, gray pubescence, yellow hila with dull seed coat luster and brown pod color. Producers in the soybean specialty market may be...

 

MSU Extension Offers Advice on Use of Sprouted Grains Feed for Livestock

Because of this summer's weather – Montana has been hot, cold, rainy and, in some parts, snowy – the grain harvest was delayed in many areas, and some barley and wheat have sprouted in the seed...

 

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