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We Want Your Hunting Photos

If you have bow or rifle hunting photos or bird hunting photos and would like to have them published in The Roundup Hunting Editions please send them to [email protected]

 

We Have All Summer

People differ in their work habits. Some of us like to roll up our sleeves and get the job done as soon as possible. Perhaps we make lists to assist and remind us of what all we must accomplish, how quickly these tasks need to be completed, and we...

 
 By Anna Dragseth    News    October 6, 2021

National Guard Helps SHC Combat COVID-19

The Montana National Guard started helping the Sidney Health Center (SHC) combat COVID-19 on Saturday, Oct. 2. Montana Governor Greg Gianforte sent out four Montana National Guardsmen to assist the En...

 

Drought Conditions Leads To Shortage In Hay For Area Producers

Ranchers across the Midwest are facing a shortage of forage due to this year's drought. According to a survey conducted by NDSU Extension ranchers across the state reported a 51-75% reduction in hay...

 

Haugen Ranch Chosen As NDSA Rancher Of The Year

The North Dakota Stockmen’s Association (NDSA) presented Haugen Ranch, Alexander, ND, with its Rancher of the Year award at a special awards banquet during its annual convention in Fargo, ND, on Sept. 25. Seventy-five-year NDSA members and ranch...

 

The Roundup 18th Annual Harvest Festival: Sugar Days 2021

Agriculture is the backbone of the MonDak region and it's time to celebrate this year's harvest with The Roundup's 18th annual Harvest Festival 2021. Make It With Sugar Contest Whip up your tastiest...

 

Grasshoppers Wreaking Havoc On Crops & Pastures

Farmers across the area have taken a blow this year; a combination of the devastating drought and a sky-rocketing population of grasshoppers has caused significant losses for producers.  “I believe that a majority of our farmers and ranchers are...

 

Reinke Recognizes Mon-Kota, Inc. Technician With PLUS Program Longevity Award

Deshler, NE - Reinke Manufacturing, a global leader in irrigation systems and technology, has recognized Mon-Kota, Inc.’s Lyle Roberts, Fairview, with a 15-year PLUS Program Longevity Award. Roberts received the award in recognition of his...

 

McKenzie County Breaks Ground On Its New Ag Expo

On Wednesday, Sept. 29 McKenzie County community members gathered at the new fairgrounds construction site to celebrate the new Ag Expo.  The event featured remarks from building committee members Tim Jorgenson, Howdy Lawlar, and Chris Kubal - all...

 

Be Aware Purchasing Livestock Feed Containing Weed Seeds

Due to the impacts of widespread drought on forage and hay production in North Dakota, most livestock producers are seeking feed resources to get animals through the upcoming winter. The United States...

 

Montana Horsepower Jackpots Scheduled Throughout Oct. Sidney

Montana Horsepower is hosting Ranch Hand and Ranch Sorting jackpots throughout the month of October. Practice started Sunday, Sept. 26 followed by jackpots on Oct. 3, 9,17, and 30 (all dates pending weather). The event will take place in Sidney at...

 

New Richland County Fair Manager Focuses On Connecting Community & County Fair

As of Sept. 13, Pamela Shelmidine-Wipf joined the Richland County Fair & Rodeo as the new fairgrounds manager. With this position, she oversees the day-to-day operation of the fairgrounds, including regular maintenance and rental of the buildings....

 

USDA Expands Assistance To Cover Feed Transportation Costs For Drought-Impacted Ranchers

Washington - In response to the severe drought conditions in the West and Great Plains, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced its plans to help cover the cost of transporting feed for livestock that rely on grazing. USDA is updating the...

 

Denowh & Vitt Elected Delegates For American Angus Convention

Two area ranchers and American Angus Association members, Chad Denowh and Dale Vitt have been selected as delegates for the 138th American Angus Association Convention of Delegates, Nov. 8 at Fort Worth Convention Center, Fort Worth, TX. Denowh,...

 

American Legion All Class Fall Roundup Results Williston Basin Speedway Sept. 17-18

Friday, Sept. 17 Results IMCA Hobby Stock A Feature 1 1st Place: Andrew Bertsch, Minot, ND, 146 2nd Place: John Flory Jr, Williston, ND, 18 3rd Place: Ethan Neu, Fairview, MT, 51E 4th Place: Cody...

 

The Perfect Day

We have experienced an odd summer. The temperature turned torrid too early and stayed August hot for weeks. Gardens balked at the idea of growing and producing tasty veggies. As I write this, I have...

 

Montana Hemp Growers Awarded $65 Million For 'Deceptive' Deal

The civil judgment, the second-highest ever awarded in Montana, highlights volatility and growing pains in the CBD market. Hemp, a crop that largely flew under the radar in Montana when it was...

 

Watford City Heritage Day Set For Sept. 18

The McKenzie County Watford City Heritage Park, located west of Watford City at 950 2nd Ave. SW, will be celebrating its 21st Annual Heritage Day with a new building and mural. On Saturday, Sept. 18...

 

Former Area Student Starts Job As Watford City Middle School Ag Teacher

The Watford City Middle School recruited a new middle school agriculture teacher for the 2021-2022 school year. Grace Dragseth, a 2021 graduate of North Dakota State University, started as the new agricultural teacher and FFA advisor Aug. 25.  With...

 

Coffee With Agriculture

It is that time of year again! Last year in September, we held a fall weed forum incorporating specialists from NDSU Extension along with a local chemical rep. 2021 presented us with so much uncertainty that folks just don’t know what to do or expe...

 

Tioga Norseman Museum To Hold Grand Opening Sept. 10

The Norseman Museum, previously located at the old First Lutheran Church, Tioga, recently moved to a new location at 108 Welo St. To celebrate this, there will be a grand opening for the building on Friday, Sept. 10 starting at 11:30 a.m. CT,...

 

Alexander's 76th Annual Old Settlers Day Sept. 2-4

Alexander’s 76th Annual Old Settlers Day is set to take place Sept. 2-4. The town of Alexander has a large array of activities for everyone to participate in. Starting on Thursday, Sept. 2, at 7 p.m., there will be a bonfire across from the...

 

McKenzie County 4-H Youth Win Awards In Communication Arts At ND State Fair

4-H youth competed in junior or senior individual or team presentations in the 2021 4-H Communication Arts Contest at the North Dakota State Fair, Minot, Sunday, July 25. 4-H’ers competed on a...

 

Improving with Age

Sometimes, after watching some feat of daredevil antic performed by a youngster with more muscles than brains, we older folks fall into the trap of believing that as we age, we no longer excel at anything. We aren’t as strong, we can’t climb as...

 

WREC Seed Conditioning Facility Ribbon Cutting

A ribbon cutting ceremony, marking the completion of the new state-of-the-art NDSU Williston Research Extension Center (WREC) seed conditioning facility, was held during the 2021 WREC field day in...

 

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