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Behind the Wheel

Many decades ago when I was 15, I couldn’t wait to get my driver’s license. I figured a license would give me freedom; I could join the world of responsible drivers and transport myself hither and yon without the embarrassing need to have my...

 

Sidney Chamber Ag Appreciation Golf Tournament Sponsorship Opportunities Available

“Summer is coming and the Sidney Area Chamber of Commerce & Agriculture is gearing up for the Annual Appreciation Golf Tournament! This event will be held on July 12, at Sidney Country Club. We’re looking forward to hosting this tournament to...

 

Eastern Montana Meats, LLC Processes Local Montana Raised Beef

This year a brand-new beef processing facility opened up in Sidney called Eastern Montana Meats, LLC. This facility is located at 12314 Co. Rd 351 in Sidney and is open from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. weekdays....

 

Registration Open for 406 Grazing Academy

Bozeman — Ranchers wanting to hone their grazing management skills are encouraged to register for this year’s 406 Grazing Academy. The three-day, hands-on workshop is offered cooperatively by the Rangeland Resources Program in the Montana Departm...

 

Sign Your Children Up For Junior Master Gardener Program, Watford City

If you would like your children who are approximately ages 10-12 years old to learn more about gardening, the Junior Master Gardener Program (JMG) is for them! This free course will be held in...

 

9th Annual Rockin' Your Heart Weekend Seeking Sponsors

The MonDak Area Stockgrowers and Foundation for Community Care will be hosting its 9th Annual Rockin’ Your Heart Weekend June 4 & 5 at the Richland County Fair and Rodeo.  Starting Friday, June 4, at 5 p.m. there will be a Cattlemen’s Team...

 

Montana FU Appreciates Lawmakers Ler & Bogner For Action On Meat Inspection Bill

Great Falls - Montana Farmers Union appreciates the efforts of two state law makers whose work to amend HB 2, a budget bill, that will allow the state to explore more opportunities for meat processing as well as level the playing field for custom...

 

Upcoming Project Will Educate Youth On Importance Of Pollinators

There will be a Youth Pollinator Event put on for Alexander Public School 3rd and 4th graders at Lewis and Clark Trail Museum, Alexander. Youth involved with the event will help plant crops; learn about wildlife and conservation, and how to create a...

 

Soybean Planting Rate, Row Spacing Recommendations Updated

Following years of field research on soybean planting rates and/or row spacing, North Dakota State University Extension agronomists are updating their recommendations for establishing soybean stands....

 

Strategic Culling Vital During Drought

Weather forecasts predict worsening drought conditions in the northern Great Plains for the 2021 growing season, which is bad news for cattle producers. Many cattle operations will find themselves...

 

Richland County Commissioners Request Drought Natural Disaster Declaration

On April 13 the Richland County Commissioners sent a letter to Montana Governor Greg Gianforte requesting a Drought Natural Disaster Declaration. The letter can be viewed in its entirety on The Roundup website, roundupweb.com. The letter read as foll...

 

Oversized Mailbox

Our neighbor enjoys all his toys in king size. He owns one of the largest side-by-sides (after passing the smaller one he owned off to his wife), he traded off his pint-sized tractor for a more powerful upgrade, and he enjoys puttering around in a...

 

Richland & McKenzie Counties Experiencing Exceptionally Dry Year

McKenzie and Richland Counties have experienced a particularly dry year so far, which poses several negative impacts for the 2021-growing season.  "2020 leading into 2021 has been extremely dry. Not...

 

Ballots Needed by April 16 to Help Pass Montana Oilseed Crop Checkoff 

The Montana Oilseed Advisory Committee is proposing a 0.5% checkoff for canola, camelina, flaxseed, mustard, safflower, soybeans, and sunflower crops. This checkoff means that growers can voluntarily...

 

Noxious, Troublesome Weeds Spread Through Manure

Using manure as fertilizer can lead to the spread of noxious and troublesome weeds. "It is a known fact that weed seeds pass unharmed through the digestive tracts of ruminant animals (cattle,...

 

Sidney Sugars Historical Display At MDHC

The MonDak Heritage Center has recently added a temporary display of historical photos and artifacts from Sidney Sugars. The photos and artifacts date back to the begining of the company in 1925. There is also a Power Point with approximately 100...

 

Sunwall Farm Recognized By MT Historical Society

Located five miles northwest of Froid sits the Sunwall Farm. This farm has been in operation for well over 100 years. “My grandpa, Anders Sunwall, homesteaded here in 1906, but he finally got the title to the land in 1913,” said Greg Sunwall,...

 

Dakota Gardener: Farms Of The Future

When you hear the phrase "farms of the future," what do you envision? Drones detecting weeds and delivering the right mix of herbicide? Robots driving tractors in large soybean fields? While...

 

MSU Extension, MSU Alumni Foundation To Offer Estate/Legacy Planning Webinars

Bozeman - Montana State University Extension, in partnership with the MSU Alumni Foundation, will offer a five-part webinar series on estate and legacy planning. Thoughtful Thursdays will run from 10-11 a.m. beginning April 15-May 15. In the first...

 

Calf Losses Before Birth A Concern

Calf abortions can be a major concern for cattle producers. An abortion is the discharge of the fetus prior to the end of the normal gestation period, according to Gerald Stokka, North Dakota State...

 

Correction

Bridger Ligon was listed as Bridget Ligon under Back To Back PeeWee Champs on the front page of the Wednesday, March 10 edition of The Roundup....

 

Moody March

I am happy to say that I am surviving anther month of March and its unpredictable weather as we transition from winter to spring. In my opinion, March provides us with the most fickle weather of the year. Its unpredictable days may give us a massive...

 
 By Anna Dragseth    News    March 17, 2021

Rieker & Brown Publish Children's Book

After over a year of hard work and creativity, Sandy Rieker and Cheryl Brown, Watford City, had their book, "The Most Unlikely Pair," published.  For the last 10 years, Rieker has wanted to write a b...

 

2021 MonDak Ag Days To Be Held In Hybrid Format March 4-5

MonDak Ag Days is an annual event that brings together the agriculture community to celebrate the industry. It provides educational opportunities for MonDak area farmers and ranchers and showcases the...

 

Grasshopper Management To Be Discussed At MonDak Ag Days

On Friday, March 5, at 1:30 p.m. MST, Dr. Dave Branson will be speaking at MonDak Ag Days on grasshopper problems in 2020 and a grasshopper outlook for 2021.  For over 20 years, Branson has been a research entomologist at the USDA-Agricultural...

 

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