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Sirens Seductively Calling

I have always loved baked goods. Especially as a youth, I could never resist any tempting concoction placed in front of me. Pastries, cream horns, cream puffs, pie, chocolate cookies laden with coconut and nuts; you name it. If it wasn’t good for...

 

The Roundup Donates $2,000 to Local Contact Tracers

The Roundup donated a portion of the proceeds from their Discovering the MonDak area guide to help with local contact tracing efforts....

 

Late Rain, High Temperatures Affecting This Year's Harvest

This year's harvest has been challenging for many farmers across the MonDak region. "It was a tough year from the outset - farmers were either struggling to get into the fields to get planted, or...

 

Early Weaning, A Management Tool

Rainfall ranks as one of the most important factors that influence ranchers' management decisions, according to North Dakota State University Extension specialists. This year is no different. Parts of...

 

MSU Beef Specialist Honored For Extension Work

Bozeman - A Montana State University Extension specialist has been recognized for her outstanding community engagement efforts and youth programming by the American Society of Animal Science....

 

Grazing/Harvesting Rule Change An Opportunity For Farmers, Ranchers

Changes in federal grazing and harvesting rules on prevented-planting acres could help North Dakota livestock producers in select counties replenish forage supplies, or at least offset shortages in...

 

Farm Bureau Supports Meat Packing Acts To Help State Agriculture

The Montana Farm Bureau applauds Congressman Gianforte (R-MT) for his co-sponsoring of two important bills for livestock producers: The Requiring Assistance to Meat Processors for Upgrading Plants (RAMP-UP Act) and the Direct Interstate Retail Exempt...

 

Tombstone Rock

Madison County has a regulation that requires a property owner to clearly mark his or her 911 physical address at the entrance to the driveway so emergency services can find the property if called to the site for any sort of emergency. We have lived...

 

Corrections

In the story Richland County 4-H Plans For Virtual Livestock Sale & Animal Show that ran on the front page of the Wednesday, July 15, issue of The Roundup the online auction was listed at www.rkauction.com when it should have been rkauctionco.com....

 

2020 Richland County 4-H Only Fair, Aug. 3-7

The Richland County Fair is an event where youth and their families gather to showcase educational project work, learn through evaluation and make lifelong connection with others. Richland County 4-H...

 

4-H Shines A Light On Sarah Helmuth's Future Career Plan

Sarah Helmuth, Lambert Hi-Litters 4-H Club member, has been participating in 4-H for ten years. "I was born into 4-H! My brother is ten years older than me, so when I was born, he was busy...

 

Marett Schieber Has Earned Top 4-H Livestock Honors

Although only 14 years old, Marett Schieber has a strong history of earning top 4-H livestock honors at the Richland County Fair. Marett became involved in livestock judging about six years ago with...

 

McPherson Looks Forward To Show Her 4-H Market Animals

Third-year member and secretary of the Yellowstone Valley Trailblazers 4-H Club, Karley McPherson, has been working hard preparing for the upcoming Richland County 4-H market animal show and sale....

 

North Dakota Native Preserves The Rich History Of The Western Way Of Life Through RFD-TV Program

After years of working on his uncle's ranch in Wildrose, ND, Kevin Holten, Executive Producer of Special Cowboy Moments, knew that there was more to life than stacking and hauling tons of hay bales...

 

Rosenau, New Chief Operating Officer Sidney Sugars Inc.,

As of the beginning of July, Steve Rosenau has been named Sidney Sugars, Inc. chief operating officer. In Rosenau's new position; he oversees all agriculture and factory operations and grower-related activities. Rosenau has been involved with the...

 

MSU Extension Offers New Video On Cropland Soil Acidification, Management Options In Montana

Bozeman - A new video from Montana State University Extension shows the impact and causes of soil acidification and offers Montana farmers management options to prevent, adapt to or correct...

 

Montana FSA Director: Was Your Operation Impacted by the Coronavirus Pandemic? Apply for the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program Today

Farmers and ranchers feed our state, our nation, and in fact, our world. You work long hours to provide essential resources for us all, and in these challenging times, I want you to know that USDA is here to support you and your operation through...

 

Morkens Winners Of Agriculture Is Everywhere Promotion

Jennifer and Addison Morken found the little tractor last week at High Caliber Sports. They won $100 in Chamber Bucks in The Agriculture is Everywhere Promotion sponsored by Tri-County Implement....

 

MSU Extension Suggests Montanans Consider Writing An Ethical Will During Pandemic

Bozeman - Family legacies are often more than just property or money left behind in a will. They may include family values, memories or hopes that the dying may wish to pass down for younger generations. According to Montana State University...

 

Heidi Olson, First State Bank & Trust Receives Certification For Farm Succession Planning

Farm Succession Planning is now one of the services offered by the Trust Department at First State Bank & Trust. As a Certified Farm Succession Planner, Heidi Olson has the tools to help Ag producers design a succession plan to transition the family...

 

Richland County Senior Athletes Of The Year Receive Awards

Four Richland County athletes received awards during the Roundup/Kiwanis Senior Athletes of the Year ceremony on Thursday, July 9. Receiving the Athlete of the Year honors were Fairview's Alex...

 

Cowboys Had It Right

Cowboys knew what they were doing, in more ways than one. Remember those oversize bandannas they always wore around their necks? Just think, that big kerchief served a multitude of uses. Cowboys could use those fabric neckpieces as a cooling cloth on...

 

2020 Williston Research Extension Center Field Days To Be Held Online

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year's North Dakota State University (NDSU) Williston Research Extension Center (WREC) Dryland and Irrigated Field Days will be conducted online. NDSU WREC staff...

 

Forage Seeding Crop Insurance Deadline Nears In Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, And Wyoming

Billings, MT - USDA’s Risk Management Agency (RMA) reminds producers in Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wyoming that for the 2021 crop year a Fall Seeded Practice has been added for: 1) Irrigated Alfalfa Forage Seeding in all Montana and...

 

COVID-19 Makes Huge Impact on U.S. Economy

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused severe disruptions throughout the U.S. red meat and poultry industry. As a result, consumers may find limited availability of some meat items at grocery stores, while...

 

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