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Major Legislation Of Session Heading Towards Finish Line

The past week saw the legislature send several pieces of major legislation, representing this session's major policy debates, to the Governor's desk for approval. The legislature gave final approval...

 
 By Jordan Hall    News    April 24, 2019 

Public Service Commissioner Opposes HB411

Randy Pinocci, the recently elected Public Service Commissioner for District 1 (which includes Richland County and much of Eastern Montana), has some strong opinions about HB411, which he feels is...

 

Spring Road Trip: Forida to Montana in Four Days

Searching for fun this spring season? Why not a road trip across the country? Last week I did just that with my father. My dad was in Cape Coral, FL visiting relatives and I flew down to drive him...

 

Staying Active

Activity of any sort has always been a large part of my life. As a child, I had the nickname Worry Wart or Nervous Nellie as I could not seem to sit still for any length of time. When sitting, one or...

 
 By Jordan Hall    News    April 17, 2019

Prairie Dog Law Set To Bolster Bakken Infrastructure

A new law has passed the North Dakota legislature that is designed to fund infrastructure projects throughout the state and maintain current funding guidelines that assist the needs in McKenzie County...

 
 By Jordan Hall    News    April 3, 2019

Emergency Management Making the Best of Yellowstone Flooding

The recent flooding of the Yellowstone River has been the worst in memory for many in Richland County, Montana and McKenzie County, North Dakota. With roads shut down due to flooding and residents sti...

 

Winter Corn Grazing Study Performed In Eastern Montana

Tim Fine, Sidney MSU Extension Agent, conducted a winter corn grazing study. The purpose of the project was to see if a corn crop could sustain cattle over winter. The project was set up to see if dry...

 

Underfeeding Beef Cows Has Consequences

Beef cows that have been underfed during gestation and lactation will be less productive than cows fed adequate diets. "For adequate production, a beef cow's daily ration must meet nutritional...

 

Feed Like A Champion

R&J Ag Supply held their 3rd Annual Feed Like A Champion informational seminar on March 24 at their location in Sidney. The event is held every spring to educate 4-H members and parents on the proper...

 

USDA Farm Service Agency Reminder on Livestock Inventory Records

Montana livestock producers are reminded to keep updated livestock inventory records. These records are necessary in the event of a natural disaster. When disasters strike, the USDA Farm Service Agency can assist producers who suffered excessive...

 

NDSU Extension to Host Brine Spill Discussion

Landowners will have an opportunity to discuss their concerns and experiences with brine spills during a series of informal meetings North Dakota State University Extension is hosting this spring. The...

 

MSU Soil Expert Says Spring Is A Good Time To Soil Sample

BOZEMAN —Now is the time to plan for spring soil testing, according to a Montana State University Extension soil expert. The MSU Extension Soil Fertility program has published two reference sheets on getting a good soil sample and the questions...

 

Lower Yellowstone Irrigation Assessing Flood Damage

Lower Yellowstone Irrigation conducted an aerial survey earlier this week to assess damage to laterals and pumps caused by the devastating floods. According to project manager James Brower, most of...

 

Farm Bureau Members Attend Advisory Meetings, Meet With Congressional Offices In D.C.

Four Montana Farm Bureau members traveled to Washington, D.C. to attend the American Farm Bureau Issues Advisory Committee meetings and visit with senatorial offices. Members included Tonya Rolf...

 

Richland County Cooperator of the Year 2018-19

Each year the conservation district presents an award to an individual or entity that enhances conservation. We rotate the award between range conservation and irrigation. Irrigation is highlight for...

 

Wheat Show Entertainment

Jessie Veeder provided the entertainment at the 66th Annual Hard Spring Wheat Show at the Raymond Family Community Center in Williston on March 13. The event and tradeshow featured agricultural...

 

Burgum, Emergency Services Officials Surveyed Flood-Affected Areas Along Yellowstone River

BISMARCK, N.D. – Gov. Doug Burgum and emergency services officials toured flood-affected areas along the Yellowstone River in western North Dakota and eastern Montana on Wednesday and met with resid...

 

Wild Horses Are Valuable But Unused Fire-Prevention Resources

This Letter to the Editor is in response to a news-article in the April 3rd edition of The Roundup titled "Farm Bureau Members Attend Advisory Meetings, Meet With Congressional Offices In D.C." Wild horses stand ready to reduce the incidence of...

 

Brodie Gorder Memorial Tournament

The Brodie Brodie Gorder Memorial Dual Tournament was held March 22 at the Sidney High School Gym. An individual tournament followed on March 23. Over 400 wrestlers participated each day. Brodie...

 
 By Jordan Hall    News    March 20, 2019

Elliot Wins Recall Election, Remains Mayor Of Arnegard

Virginia Elliot will remain in her seat as mayor of Arnegard after a recall election. The efforts to remove the mayor failed by a 63-47 vote margin on Monday, March 11. Running against Elliot in the r...

 
 By Jaymi Loobey    News    March 20, 2019

Steve Yockim Retiring From A Rewarding Career Of Coaching And Teaching

Steve Yockim did not plan on coaching. He went to college and got the credentials to teach math, but planned for greater things. His love for kids turned his life in a completely different direction....

 

Hot Pink Scooters

I can't believe I've done this again. I thought we gained wisdom as we age, but not this old fall hen. Two years ago I broke my arm after slipping on ice. Learning from experience, I invested in...

 

66th Annual National Hard Spring Wheat Show Scheduled for March 11th-13th

The 66th Annual National Hard Spring Wheat Show will take place at the Raymond Family Community Center in Williston, March 11th - 13th.  The National Hard Spring Wheat Show is a free event, with the...

 

Crystal and Levi Neuharth to Present "Farming for the Future with an Eye on Soil Health"

Levi Neuharth, Vice Chairman of the South Dakota Soil Health Coalition, and his wife Crystal Neuharth will be speaking at the 66th Annual National Hard Spring Wheat Show at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, March...

 

Problematic Palmer Amaranth to be Discussed at 66th Annual National Hard Spring Wheat Show

On Tuesday, March 12th at 3:45 pm, Dr. Clair Keene, Area Extension Specialist in Cropping Systems at the Williston Research Extension Center, will be informing attendees about the problematic weed,...

 

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