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 News    May 18, 2022 

Savage School Seeking Funds For Drinkable Water

Savage School Superintendent Martha Potter and Savage School Board Chair Shawn Conradsen had an opportunity to meet with the Richland County commissioners Shane Gorder, Duane Mitchell and Loren Young...

 

DPHHS Launches New Survey For Older Adults

Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) Adam Meier has announced today the agency is conducting a Community Assessment Survey for Older Adults to help learn the priorities of Montanans related to services provided by the state. DPHHS,...

 

Celebrating Seniors In Richland County May 20

May Is Older American’s Month and the Richland County Commission on Aging is celebrating our seniors. On May 20, the COA will host an event intended to keep seniors focused on staying healthy and active which will promote and ability to continue...

 

Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran Church SonWest Roundup Vacation Bible School, June 6-10

The Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran SonWest Roundup Vacation Bible School will be open to kids ages 3-6th grade. The Vacation Bible School will be 8:30 a.m. to High Noon, June 6-10, 211 East Holly, Sidney. For more information call the church at...

 

New Fish Bypass Channel Open At Intake; Yellowstone River

Billings, MT - The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announces the completion of the Lower Yellowstone fish bypass channel project near Glendive water is flowing and the channel is...

 

Help Available For Livestock Death Losses Due To Blizzard

April blizzards may bring May flowers, but blizzards can also cause newborn calves and other livestock to become smothered, trampled and die due to the conditions created by adverse weather. These...

 
 By Chelsi Bay    Ag Roundup    May 4, 2022

Hay Hotline Helps Ag Producers List And Look For Available Forage Or Pasture

Helena, MT – As dry conditions persist throughout the state, the Montana Department of Agriculture (MDA) would like to remind farmers and ranchers that they can use the Hay Hotline, an online forum, to list their forage for sale or donation,...

 

Richland County Farmer's Market Organizational Meeting May 19

MSU Richland County Extension will be hosting an organization meeting for this year’s Richland County Farmer’s Market at 6 p.m., Thursday, May 19 at the MSU Richland County Extension Office, 1499 N Central Ave. If you are a past vendor or are...

 

Grasshopper Workshop Recap

The grasshopper outlook for 2022 again looks troubling for much of Montana, and especially Richland County. The USDA-ARS Great Plains Laboratory and MSU Extension Richland County hosted a Grasshopper Workshop. The recording of that workshop is now...

 

Proposed SEC Rule Could Reach Nearly Every Farmer and Rancher

Washington - April 27 – The American Farm Bureau Federation joined 119 other agriculture organizations in sending a letter to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) asking for an extension of time to comment on its proposed rule, “The...

 

Pure Live Seed Information from MSU Extension

As producers are preparing to start seeding, there are many factors to consider, and pure live seed (PLS) is one of them. Recommended seeding rates for crops are given in pounds of PLS per acre. Using these seeding rates would assume that every seed...

 

Regenerative Agriculture Key To Productive Soil, Healthy Animals

Bozeman, MT -- Regenerative farming and ranching pioneer Gabe Brown addressed a packed building April 19 at the fairgrounds in Big Timber regarding the importance of soil health and regenerative agriculture practices. "How do we heal our soils? By...

 

Spring Storms Take A Big Toll On Livestock & Ranchers

The combination of snow and high winds from the historic April snowstorms, have made things caused by drifts that made things difficult for livestock and ranchers, burying livestock, causing newborn...

 

MSU Researcher Investigates Effects Of Planting Winter Canola In Montana

Bozeman - A Montana State University researcher is looking into the benefits of planting an uncommon variety of a common crop, winter canola. While spring canola is one of the more popular crops in Mo...

 

Potential For Grass Tetany

As grass begins to grow following the much-needed moisture, there is a potential for grass tetany to occur. Grass tetany is a serious metabolic disorder in cattle that is a result of two issues occurring simultaneously: 1) lactating animals have...

 
 By Kerri Huso    Ag Roundup    May 4, 2022

Free Counseling Services Now Available To Montana's Agricultural Community

Helena, MT - In an effort to provide support for Montana’s agricultural community, Frontier Psychiatry has partnered with the Montana Department of Agriculture to provide free access to counseling. Funded through a grant from the United States...

 

Extreme Weather Expected To Delay Pasture Turnout

Following a cooler-than-normal spring 2022 and the 2021 drought, ranchers should expect a delay in grass development and growth this spring. "Air temperature is the main environmental factor that...

 
 By Chelsi Bay    Ag Roundup    May 4, 2022

State Hail Insurance Program Enters 106th Year

Helena, MT – For over 100 years, the Montana State Hail Insurance program has provided vital hail coverage to producers in every corner of the state. With planting season right around the corner, the Montana Department of Agriculture is reminding...

 
 By Anna Dragseth    News    April 27, 2022

Racing Season Kicks Off At Williston Basin Speedway In May

The Williston Basin Speedway is ready to start off the 2022 racing season. There will be several events going on throughout May and all the way through September.  For the 2022 season, the Speedway...

 

For Individuals With Prostate Cancer, "Creating Space" During Radiation Treatment Could Make All The Difference

(BPT) - Three years ago, Alex Lamb, an active retiree just shy of 80 years old, was happily preparing for a big move to be closer to his son. Then he received a prostate cancer diagnosis. "It was a...

 

Wheat Prices Soar As Supply Chain Disruptions Continue

Conflict between Russia and Ukraine has sent wheat prices soaring.  "The available supply to be able to trade is much lower than before, causing global wheat prices to explode," said NDSU's Crop...

 

MSU Researchers Explore Potential Of Sugar Beet Byproduct To Enhance Energy Storage Technology

Bozeman - An emerging energy storage technology could soon have an unexpected ally thanks to research at Montana State University: the pulp left over from processing sugar beets into sugar. Backed by...

 
 By Chelsi Bay    Ag Roundup    April 6, 2022

Department of Livestock Revises Brands Policy to Better Serve Montana Ranchers

Helena, MT - On Monday, April 4, the Montana Department of Livestock (MDOL) implemented an updated policy for recording, transferring, and rerecording of brands. The policy was developed by a committee of state legislators, representatives of...

 

Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza Confirmed In Wild & Domestic Birds In North Dakota

Highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) was confirmed in a wild snow goose in North Dakota on March 24 and in a non-commercial, backyard chicken flock in Kidder County. The North Dakota Game and...

 
 By Chelsi Bay    Ag Roundup    April 6, 2022

Department Of Livestock Asks Montanans To Be Aware Of Avian Influenza

Helena, MT – The Department of Livestock (DOL) is asking Montanans to be aware that highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) has been diagnosed in domestic poultry and wild birds in 18 states to date in 2022. HPAI spreads rapidly and is associated...

 

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