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 By Anna Dragseth    Ag Roundup    July 1, 2020 

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...

 
 By Karen Korenko    Ag Roundup    July 1, 2020 

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...

 
 By Anna Dragseth    Ag Roundup    July 1, 2020 

Safflower Technologies International, LLC Receives $16,000 For Feasibility Study

This year, Safflower Technologies International, LLC (STI) will be conducting a local safflower refinery feasibility study. This study will determine whether or not an area safflower refinery would be...

 
 By Shelby DeMars    Ag Roundup    July 1, 2020 

Trump Administration Praises MT Water Rights Protection Act As Creating Jobs, Protecting Farmers And Ranchers From $1.3 Billion In Costs

Helena, MT- At a hearing on June 24, Senator Steve Daines presented his Montana Water Rights Protection Act to the members of the Senate Indian Affairs Committee. The legislation, which is co-sponsored by Senator Jon Tester, will define the...

 

Agriculture Is Everywhere Promotion

Thanks to the generosity of Tri County Implement, the Sidney Area Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture is excited to announce the "Agriculture is Everywhere Promotion." The promotion starts the week...

 

Bovine Emergency Response Plan Prepares First Responders

Several hundred thousand head of cattle are on U.S. roadways every day, and given the volume of cattle being transported, the likelihood of a truck being involved in an accident is high. However,...

 

Kiwanis/Roundup's Outstanding Senior Athlete Female Finalists

Finalists have been selected for the Kiwanis/Roundup’s Outstanding Senior Athlete honors this year. The winners will be announced at the Sidney Kiwanis Club’s meeting on July 9. Jenna Baxter Jenna Baxter has been a three-sport athlete in Sidney....

 

Kiwanis/Roundup's Outstanding Senior Athlete Male Finalists

Finalists have been selected for the Kiwanis/Roundup’s Outstanding Senior Athlete honors this year. The winners will be announced at the Sidney Kiwanis Club’s meeting on July 9. Cody Asbeck Cody Asbeck excelled in football, basketball and track...

 

Lumberjacking With The Neighbors

My husband loves to spend time in the woods. He’ll travel several miles to reach our BLM ‘big timber’ country, where he enjoys the scenery, the hushed solitude of the forest, and the search for firewood. Logging puts him in a good mood as...

 
 By Tom Halvorson    News    June 3, 2020

Environment Council Puts Rules Limiting Radioactive Waste Back On Track

The Montana Environmental Quality Council has reversed course to let safeguards for disposal of radioactive waste go into effect. The Department of Environmental Quality had proposed rules setting a limit of 50 picocuries per gram for TENORM waste...

 

USDA Releases Coronavirus Food Assistance Program Payment Regulations

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has released regulations for direct payments under the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP). "CFAP provides vital financial assistance to producers of...

 

Options Available For Pasture Weed Control

Yellow patches of leafy spurge are beginning to pop up in road ditches across North Dakota. "Leafy spurge is the most recognized noxious weed in the state, infesting approximately 750,000 acres,"...

 

Water Quality Can Impact Livestock Production

Providing adequate water to livestock is critical for animal health and production. "Good-quality water can have a major impact on your cattle's intake and weight gain," says Miranda Meehan, North...

 

McKenzie County 4-H Continues Virtually Due To COVID-19

In the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic, staying active as an organization is difficult, but the McKenzie County Extension Office has implemented ways to keep the 4-H fair time experience alive. By...

 
 By Stacy Wirtz    Ag Roundup    June 3, 2020

Montana Farmers Union, With Farmers Union Enterprise, Donates 30,000 Pounds Of Pork To The Montana Food Bank Network

Great Falls, MT- Montana Farmers Union and Farmers Union Enterprise donated 30,000 pounds of pork ribs to the Montana Food Bank Network in Missoula Monday. The pork ribs are from Redwood Farms, one...

 

Practice Cattle and People Health Management at Turnout Time

Spring turnout to the pasture is a good time for producers to review their cow-calf health management plans, according to North Dakota State University Extension livestock experts. They note that a number of factors can impact cow-calf health,...

 
 By Tom Halvorson    News    May 27, 2020

Environment Council Puts Rules Limiting Radioactive Waste Back On Track

The Montana Environmental Quality Council has reversed course to let safeguards for disposal of radioactive waste go into effect. The Department of Environmental Quality had proposed rules setting a limit of 50 picocuries per gram for TENORM waste...

 
 By Tie Lemerond    News    May 20, 2020

The Roundup & 'Discovering the MonDak" Visitor's Guide Helping to Fund Contact Tracing

Sidney, MT – Knowing that contact tracing is a critical component in keeping residents safe and in ensuring local businesses can open and remain open, The Roundup will be donating a portion of the...

 

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The Roundup does not endorse or support ANY political candidate and/or political party. The opinions expressed in Letters to the Editor and political ads are that of the authors or organizations making the claims. The Roundup does not investigate...

 

From Rubbermaid To Old Clunker

I used to be made of rubber: elastic, stretchable, and just about indestructible, or at least that is the way I felt. When I was a child and even still as a young adult, I could leap over tall buildings in a single bound, tumble down stairs, bounce...

 

Ag Producers Feeling The Impact Of COVID-19

COVID-19 continues to impact activity around the world, with the agriculture industry being no exception. The pandemic has hampered exports of American agricultural products, disrupted processing and...

 

NDSU Extension Helps Farmers And Ranchers Cope With Stress

The first step in dealing with stress is to recognize the early symptoms. Poor growing and harvesting conditions, low commodity prices, trade wars and a shortage of livestock feed for winter all have...

 

With Beef Backlogged And The Market In Flux, Montana Cattle Ranchers Face Tough Choices

The beef supply chain in the United States typically starts on a ranch like Marty Malone's, in Paradise Valley, with the birth of calves. After a summer of grazing, a cow reaches about 500 to 700...

 

Field Peas Possible Alternative to Distillers Grains

Field peas may be an alternative to distillers grains as a protein source in cattle feed if the field peas are at a low enough cost, according to a North Dakota State University Extension livestock...

 

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