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70th Annual National Hard Spring Wheat Show Scheduled Feb. 1

The 70th Annual National Hard Spring Wheat Show is scheduled in Williston at the Grand Williston Hotel & Conference Center, 3601 2nd Ave. W. on Feb. 1. The schedule begins with an Ag Appreciation...

 

Shout To Be Keynote Speaker For 70th Annual Notational Hard Spring Wheat Show, Feb. 1

Evan Shout will be the keynote speaker at the 70th Annual National Hard Spring Wheat Show to be held at the Grand Williston Hotel & Conference Center, 3601 2nd Ave., Williston, Wednesday, Feb. 1....

 

International Country Western Singer Greg Hager To Entertain At 2023 National Hard Spring Wheat Show

Wednesday, Feb. 1, after the dinner at 7 p.m. Greg Hager, will be the entertainment at the 70th Annual National Hard Spring Wheat Show to be held at the Grand Williston Hotel and Conference Center,...

 
 By Robyn Heck    Ag Roundup    January 25, 2023 

Olson To Present 2023 Market Outlook At The 70th Annual National Hard Spring Wheat Show Feb. 1

The 70th Annual National Hard Spring Wheat Show is scheduled for Feb. 1 at the Grand Williston Hotel, 3601 2nd Ave. W., Williston. The primary objective of the Wheat Show is to provide information and...

 

VanderLinden Will Speak On LoadPass Permit System

Joelle VanderLinden will be one of the many speakers discussing issues affecting the grain industry at the 70th Annual National Hard Spring Wheat Show on Wednesday, Feb. 1. The Wheat Show will be...

 

Director Of NDAWN Daryl Ritchison Will Speak At 70th Annual National Hard Spring Wheat Show

Daryl Ritchison, North Dakota Agricultural Weather Network (NDAWN) Director will be speaking at 8:15 a.m., Feb. 1 at the 70th Annual National Hard Spring Wheat Show at the Grand Williston Hotel &...

 

Commodity Group Updates At Wheat Show

Steven Edwardson Steven Edwardson has served as Executive Administrator of the North Dakota Barley Council since April 2004. Steve and the North Dakota Barley Council directors work together in...

 
 By Robyn Heck    Ag Roundup    January 25, 2023 

Soil Fertility Panel To Be Held During Hard Spring Wheat Show, Feb. 1

The 70th Annual National Hard Spring Wheat Show is scheduled for Feb. 1, at the Grand Williston Hotel, 3606 2nd Ave. W., Williston. The Wheat Show Board of Directors and their committee members have f...

 

Snowpack Conditions Ideal After Two Months Of Consistent Precipitation

Bozeman, MT - A late October winter storm brought widespread precipitation to many SNOTEL stations in Montana. That snow was within one to two weeks of the typical snowpack onset and earlier than the fall of 2021, which was nearly a month late in som...

 

Foreign Persons Must Report U.S. Agricultural Land Holdings

(Sidney, MT) - Jan. 12 - U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Farm Service Agency (FSA) Executive Director Tammy Lyseng in Richland County reminds foreign persons with an interest in agricultural lands in the United States that they are required to...

 

Handling Hydraulic Hoses Requires Extra Caution In Winter

Extreme cold temperatures throughout the winter months can cause challenges to hydraulic hose lines in tractors and machinery. "The temperature of a piece of machinery can fluctuate from -20º F to...

 

Montana State Researchers, Collaborators Launch Projects To Help Combat Stress For Farmers & Ranchers

Bozeman - Survey results have shown Montana State University researchers that farmers and ranchers throughout Montana and the West experience, on average, a medium level of stress, which could impact...

 

2023 Field-To-Fork Weekly Webinars Scheduled To Begin Feb. 15

North Dakota State University Extension again will host the Field to Fork Wednesday Weekly Webinar series starting in February. Experts from across the region will provide information about growing, preserving and preparing specialty-crop fruits and...

 

USDA Reminds Producers Of Continuous Certification Option For Perennial Forage

Washington – The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) reminds agricultural producers with perennial forage crops of an option to report their acreage once, without having to report that acreage in subsequent years, as long as there are no...

 

USDA Announces Major Program Improvements, Progress, & Investments To Benefit American Farmers, Ranchers, & Producers

San Juan, P.R. - On Jan. 9 at the American Farm Bureau Federation annual convention, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced several major developments at the U.S. Department of Agriculture that will benefit farmers, ranchers and producers...

 

The 2022 Census Of Agriculture Is Underway

America’s farmers and ranchers now have the opportunity to be represented in the nation’s only comprehensive and impartial agriculture data for every state, county and territory. USDA has mailed the 2022 Census of Agriculture to all known...

 

Coccidiosis Affecting Calves In North Dakota

Ranchers in North Dakota have been observing calves showing signs of coccidiosis this fall and winter, according to Gerald Stokka, North Dakota State University Extension’s veterinarian. Coccidiosis is an intestinal disease that affects several...

 

Montana Ranchers Compete At National Level In Young Farmers & Ranchers Competitive Events

San Juan, PR - An Alder rancher and couple from Choteau had the opportunity to compete in the Young Farmers & Ranchers Competitive Events during the 104th American Farm Bureau Convention which runs through January 11 in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Mark Bo...

 

Forage Testing Is Good Management

All living things require nutrients for survival. The most basic of these are protein, energy, vitamins, minerals and water. Testing forage and feed for nutrient quality helps ranchers ensure they are meeting nutrient requirements for optimum beef...

 

Correction

In the Dec. 28 issue of The Roundup on page 7A in the State Farm Ribbon Cutting Dec. 20 Michele Harris’s name was misspelled and it should have been Michele Herres....

 

Gearing Up For 2023? Start By Helping Protect Yourself Against Pneumococcal Pneumonia

(BPT) - Stop for a moment and think about your top 5 New Year's resolutions. If you said them out loud right now, how many would be about your health? Did they include: * exercising more * eating...

 

Watford City Hosts Badlands Roundup 4-H Archery Match

Badlands Bulleyes 4-H Shooting Sports Club is proud to announce the Sixth Annual Badlands Roundup 4-H Archery Match will be held on Saturday, Jan. 21 at the McKenzie County Sportsman’s Club...

 

Corrections

In The Roundup’s Dec. 26 issue some of “Top Stories 2022” stories needed to be updated to the present time. The following stories were affected: Rise & Restore Small Business Summit (page 18A); Elks Summer State Convention (page 12A) and Peace...

 

Pasture To Plate Beef In Your Own Back Yard

Mark Voll and Teresa Tescher Voll own Dakota Badlands Beef, located south east of Sidney in North Dakota. This family owned and operated ranch is located 20 miles southeast of Sidney. Mark and Teresa...

 

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