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LYIP Hosts Annual Meeting Feb. 23

The Lower Yellowstone Irrigation Project held its annual meeting Friday, Feb. 23 at the Sidney Moose Lodge guided by the irrepressible Richard Cayko, Board of Control and District 2 president. A delic...

 

Williston City Commission Allocates $370,200 in Williston STAR Fund Grants To 13 Projects

Williston, ND – The Williston STAR Fund is helping a Downtown Williston business reopen. Two Williston businesswomen are revitalizing Cattails. The Williston City Commission approved up to $43,000...

 

McKenzie County Fatal Crash Friday, Feb. 23

A single vehicle fatal rollover crash occurred on Highway 85, mile marker 180, 4 miles south of Williston Friday, Feb. 23 at approximately 10:48 p.m.CST. A 2017 Chevy Impala, was traveling southbound on Highway 85 near mile marker 180. The driver...

 
 By Brenda Filler    Sports    February 28, 2024 

Ranger Bantams – Headed to State

"You miss 100% of the shots you don't take" – Wayne Gretzky "Don't practice until you get it right, Practice until you can't get it wrong" – Brianna Decker "Every day Is a Good Day for Hockey"...

 

Regional 7th & 8th Grade Boys & Girls Elite Wrestling Tournament Saturday

A Regional 7th &8th Grade Boys & Girls Elite Wrestling Tournament will be held Saturday, March 2 at the Sidney High School gymnasium. Wrestling begins at 8:30 a.m. The "Top of the Class"...

 

Livestock Risk Protection Subject Of Ag Days Presentation

Ranchers take risks every day, with their livelihood subject to weather, disease, and markets. On Thursday, March 7, Wendy Becker will speak about the new, more rancher friendly, Livestock Risk Protection insurance policy that is designed to insure...

 

Basics of Estate Planning To Be Featured At MonDak Ag Days March 7 & 8

Lauren Sukut, Edward Jones financial advisor, Sidney, MT, and Andria Mueller, Minot, ND, will present the Basics of Estate Planning from 1-2 p.m., Thursday, March 7 during MonDak Ag Days to be held...

 

Decline In Sheep & Lamb Inventory Indicates Opportunity For Ranchers

The all sheep and lamb inventory in the U.S. on Jan. 1 totaled 5.03 million head, down 2% from 2023, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture's National Agricultural Statistics Service. The...

 

NDSU Extension Offers Updated Crop Compare Program For 2024

North Dakota State University Extension has updated the Crop Compare program, which is a spreadsheet designed to compare cropping alternatives. The Crop Compare program is available online at...

 

NDSU Extension Schedules Stop The Bleed Trainings through April

Seconds matter in rural injury incidents or medical emergencies, and the time it takes first responders to travel to an injured person can be critical to survival, says Angie Johnson, North Dakota...

 

Despite Mild Winter, Spring May Bring Forage Challenges

This year's warmer and drier winter conditions have created certain benefits for ranchers, such as easier winter feeding and simpler maintenance of water supplies. A major benefit of milder...

 

NDSU Extension To Host Horse Management Webinar Series

Horse owners and stable managers will have the opportunity to learn management strategies and ask questions during a webinar series that North Dakota State University Extension is hosting at noon CDT...

 

Grain Bin Rescue Equipment & Training Opportunities Available For Fire Departments

February is grain bin safety month. North Dakota is no exception when it comes to grain bin entrapments and engulfments. In 2020, North Dakota ranked second in the nation for recorded...

 

NDSU Extension Virtual Canola Production Update Meeting Set For March 12

The meeting will focus on the latest research in canola and will help growers and consultants make sustainable and profitable decisions. Farmers and crop advisers interested in canola production...

 

NDSU Releases Crop Budget Projections For 2024

The North Dakota State University (NDSU) Extension projected crop budgets for 2024 are available for the state's farmers, says Ron Haugen, NDSU Extension farm management specialist. The 2024 projected...

 
 By MSU News    Ag Roundup    February 28, 2024 

Including Sulfur In Soil Fertility Programs Can Benefit Crops, According To Montana State Extension Specialist

Bozeman — Sulfur’s role as an agricultural nutrient is often overlooked, but including it in soil fertility programs can positively impact crop yield, quality, and economics, according to a Montana State University Extension specialist. Clain...

 

Ranger Bantams – Two Games, Two Shutouts

"The harder you work, the harder it is to lose." "If you want to play, then practice. If you want to win, then practice harder." – These are just a couple quotes from Unite Hockey, and these quotes...

 

Buffalo Soldiers Program at Confluence Center

Williston – The Missouri-Yellowstone Confluence Interpretive Center, near Williston, is launching its 2024 History and Nature Lecture Series with “The Mustering of Buffalo Soldiers” set for Sunday, Feb. 18, at 2 p.m. The program is free...

 

Blast In The Badlands Held in Watford City Feb. 9-10

Blast in the Badlands Gymnastic Club held a new "Best of the Blast" finalist competition involving 315 gymnasts, 12 teams from North Dakota, South Dakota Montana, Wyoming and Minnesota at the...

 

MonDak Cropping Seminar To Be Held Feb. 20

The northeast group of Montana State University (MSU) Extension Agents are planning the MonDak Cropping Seminar, formerly known as MonDak Pulse Day, for Tuesday, Feb. 20 in Wolf Point, MT. This event will feature a wide range of topics and a great...

 

Ranger Bantams – Putting in the Work

Ever wonder what is going on in a hockey player's' head when they step on to the ice? Is it the smell of freshly jammed ice, is it the fans in the stands, is it the work they put in to get to this...

 

McKenzie Co. Ag Expo Farm Show Feb. 7-8

The McKenzie County Ag Expo will host a Farm and Ranch show, Feb. 7-8 in Watford City, from 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Wednesday will include “Bull Days”, with beef breeders bringing a sampling of their bulls and/or heifers to showcase their herds’ genetic...

 

MonDak Cropping Seminar To Be Held Feb. 20

The northeast group of Montana State University (MSU) Extension Agents are planning the MonDak Cropping Seminar, formerly known as MonDak Pulse Day, for Tuesday, Feb. 20 in Wolf Point, MT. This event will feature a wide range of topics and a great...

 

Industrial Commission Awards $21.8 Million In Grants & $153 Million In Loans In Latest Clean Sustainable Energy Program Grant Round

The North Dakota Industrial Commission, consisting of Gov. Doug Burgum, Attorney General Drew Wrigley and Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring, approved $21.8 million in matching grants and $153 million in loans during the latest grant round for...

 

Including Sulfur In Soil Fertility Programs Can Benefit Crops, According To Montana State Extension Specialist

Bozeman — Sulfur’s role as an agricultural nutrient is often overlooked, but including it in soil fertility programs can positively impact crop yield, quality, and economics, according to a Montana State University Extension specialist. Clain...

 

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