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Dittmer To Speak At Bovine Connection

Bovine Connection organizers have invited Steve Dittmer, Agribusiness Freedom Foundation, to speak at the Thursday, Dec. 1 session of the Bovine Connection, scheduled at the Extension office building...

 

MRCDC Conducts Tours

The Missouri River Conservation District Council (MRCDC), comprised of the 15 conservation districts in the Missouri River Corridor held their quarterly meeting in Culbertson on Sept 26. The MRCDC...

 

Market Update, Projections On Tap For Bovine Connection

Bovine Connection organizers have invited Jim Robb, Livestock Marketing Information Center director, (LMIC) to give a talk during the Friday, Dec. 2 session of the Bovine Connection concerning the...

 

Pesticide Education Classes Offered

The Richland County Extension office, in cooperation with extension agents from adjoining counties and other professionals, will host two evening pesticide classes on Nov. 15-17 at the new extension...

 

Farm & Ranch Transition Workshop Planned

Do you want to design an orderly and successful transition plan for your farm/ranch business? Are you uncertain about how to choose those who are best suited to continue your business into the future? Are you concerned about the financial impacts...

 

Communicating Effectively Part Of Bovine Connection Presentations

Difficulties in communicating with others can lead to problems and misunderstandings. Getting your message understood, dealing with people of a different generation, and effectively airing viewpoints...

 

Income Tax Management Program For Ag Producers Set For Nov. 18

A tax management program will be offered to agricultural producers and tax preparers from 9 a.m.-noon CST on Friday, Nov. 18, at 11 interactive video sites in North Dakota. The North Dakota State University Extension Service and Internal Revenue...

 

Harvest Festival Photo Contest Winner

Sherri Hardy, Fairview, snapped the photo which won The Roundup’s Women in Agriculture photo contest. As the picture demonstrates, women play an important role on the Hardy farm, particularly...

 

Ranchers Set Policy At North Dakota Stockmen’s Association Convention

Nearly 350 cattle producers gathered in Bismarck Sept. 22-24 for the 82nd Annual North Dakota Stockmen’s Association (NDSA) Convention & Trade Show, “Together, Facing the Storm”, to set the direction of the state’s beef cattle industry throug...

 

Harvesting Trees

The word ‘harvest’ brings to mind small grains, alfalfa, sugarbeets, potatoes, legumes and the bounty from the gardens and orchards. Harvest, the seasonal reaping of any natural product, also...

 

Tips For Better Livestock Handling Part Of Bovine Connection Agenda

Methods of handling cattle may differ from ranch to ranch. Some ranchers find livestock handling a relatively simple matter, while others feel it is a stressful experience for both man and beast....

 

Sugarbeet Harvest Ends

Although growers experienced a tough growing season this year, Mother Nature rewarded their perseverance by providing good weather for sugarbeet harvest. Growers had to wait an extra week before...

 

MSU Grad To Compete For Shepherds’ Title

For Kelsey Gibbs, the path from Glendive ranch kid to a possible rendezvous with ovine destiny at the upcoming World Young Shepherds Challenge - set for Nov. 1-2 in Oamaru, New Zealand - began simply...

 

Walkin’ To St. Paul

The culture of the West is changing, and I don’t like it. But, after givin’ this matter a little thought, I’ve come to the conclusion that the West has been in a constant state of flux for a...

 

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