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Lower Yellowstone Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Held July 26

A Lower Yellowstone Ribbon Cutting Ceremony was held July 26 at Joe’s Island on the south side of Yellowstone River, across from the Intake Fish Screens. Approximately 100 dignitaries and local residents from Montana and North Dakota attended plus...

 

Seed Paintings, A Source Of Community & Pride

One of the most memorable things about the Richland County Fair and Rodeo is the beautiful and elaborate seed paintings or artistic backgrounds. Short of seeing them at the fair and, occasionally, in the odd business many do not know much about...

 

Additional Detections Of Avian Influenza Confirmed In Montana

Helena, MT – On Monday, July 24, the Montana Department of Livestock (MDOL) announced confirmation of Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI) in a Flathead County backyard poultry flock. This is the 10th HPAI affected Montana flock linked to a...

 

Richland Co. Fair & Rodeo This Week

The Richland County Fair and Rodeo is not too far away. All the rip-roaring fun that Richland County has been waiting for all year long will be Aug. 3–6 and it is right around the bend. Chase Rice is doing the Saturday night concert with special...

 

Sparks Looks Forward To Showing Her Animals At Richland County Fair

Madison Sparks, Sidney, started her 4-H journey as a Yellowstone Valley Trailblazer Cloverbud in 2012 and is now on her last year with the Forever Buds 4-H club.  From a young age, she knew she wanted to be in 4-H because of the animals. “The...

 

Larson Continues To Pursue His Passion For Cattle Industry

Grady Larson, Sidney, has been an active member of the Richland Aces 4-H Club for 10 years. Throughout his time as a 4-H member, he has shown market and breeding beef, participated in several indoor projects, and competed on the livestock judging tea...

 

New Weed Specialist Joins the WREC

Charlemagne Lim recently joined the NDSU Williston Research Extension Center as their new Extension weed specialist. With this role, Lim plans to develop Extension programs to help producers identify,...

 

Ag Appreciation Golf Tournament Winners

The Sidney Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture held their annual Ag Appreciation Golf Tournament on July 18....

 

WREC Adds A New Staff Member To The Team

The Williston Research Extension Center added a new staff member to their team, Dr. Edson Ncube. "This is an exciting position offered by Dr. Audrey Kalil in which I am looking forward to conducting...

 

U Of M Range Student Interns At Culbertson Ranch

University of Montana student Bridger Line is spending his summer as a Montana Working Lands intern. A graduate of Missoula Sentinel he is experiencing eastern Montana’s farming and ranching lifestyles. The program is headquartered out of the...

 

Research Centers Hold Field Days

The MSU/EARC Field Day was held July 12 in Sidney....

 

McKenzie County 4-H'ers Participate In State 4-H Engineering & Design Competition

Three McKenzie County 4-H preteens participated in the North Dakota 4-H State Engineering and Design Competition held on July 23 at the North Dakota State Fair in Minot. Eleven-year old Dillon...

 

Blister Beetles Could Pose Risk

Blister beetles could be considered a beneficial insect as they feed on grasshopper eggs, however, they pose a significant risk. Blister beetles are named for a toxic in their body called cantharidin that causes blisters when it comes in to contact w...

 

McKenzie County 4-H'ers Win State Judging Contest

McKenzie County participated in the State 4-H Consumer Decision Making Contest held on July 26 at the ND State Fair, Minot, and came home with top honors. The Junior Team of Kyle Best, son of Vawnita...

 
 By Anna Garcia    Ag Roundup    July 6, 2022

WREC & EARC Field Days Set for July

Williston and Sidney have held annual field day tours for many years to showcase their involvement and research with agriculture. It is now that time of year where research centers are planting seeds...

 

99th Annual Wolf Point Wild Horse Stampede July 7-9

The Wolf Point Wild Horse Stampede will celebrate its 99th year July 7, 8, 9, 2022 in Wolf Point hosted by the Montana Pro Rodeo Circuit 2020 Medium Rodeo of the Year committee along with the many dedicated Stadium committee and community...

 

Williston Research Extension Center Field Days Set

Field Days at North Dakota State University's Williston Research Extension Center (WREC) are set for July 13 and 14. The annual dryland agronomy and horticulture field day will be held Wednesday,...

 
 By Anna Garcia    Ag Roundup    July 6, 2022

Dr. Kalb To Give Summer Lawn & Garden Tips After WREC Field Tour July 13

After the Williston Research Extension Center's Dryland Field Tour, Dr. Tom Kalb will be presenting information on how to maintain an attractive lawn and a flourishing garden. Dr. Kalb is an Extension...

 
 By Anna Garcia    Ag Roundup    July 6, 2022

Buttery and Pollinator Gardens Presentation at WREC Horticulture Field Day Tour July 13

NDSU Extension Horticulturist, Dr. Ester McGinnis, will be presenting information on butterfly and pollinator gardens via Zoom starting at 4 p.m. CT at the WREC Horticulture Field Day Tour. Dr. McGinn...

 
 By Anna Garcia    Ag Roundup    July 6, 2022

Lime Vs. Soil Acidity Presented At Irrigated Field Day Tour, July 14

Chris Augustin, Dickinson Research Extension Center (DREC) soil scientist and director, will be presenting information on the DREC’s soil acidity study at the Irrigated Field Day Tour, July 14. Augustin along with staff at the DREC conduct the...

 

Annual Ag Appreciation Golf Tournament Scheduled July 11

The Sidney Area Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture will be hosting their Ag Appreciation Golf Tournament to celebrate the farming and ranching culture. The golf tournament will be held Monday, July 11 at the Sidney Country Club with breakfast and...

 
 By Anna Garcia    Ag Roundup    July 6, 2022

WREC's Chickpea Planting Date Study Covered At WREC Dryland Field Day, July 13

Dr. Audrey Kalil, WREC Plant Pathologist, will be sharing information on the WREC's chickpea planting date study and the plant pathology research program at the WREC Dryland Field Day, July 13. "The...

 

Monitor Moisture Content Of Rain-damaged Hay

Weather conditions this spring and summer and much needed rainfall have lifted North Dakota out of drought conditions. Temperatures have been mild with a lot of cloudy and overcast days. These...

 

Buffalo Trails Day Is Here Again, July 9-10

The Buffalo Trails Museum, Epping, will celebrate the 56th Annual Buffalo Trails Day July 9-10. There are lots of activities planned this year. Saturday, July 9 will start at 9 a.m. with the vendors opening and a 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament next to...

 

The Richland County Fair & Rodeo is Almost Here

The Richland County Fair and Rodeo is not too far away. All the rip-roaring fun that Richland County has been waiting for all year long will be Aug. 3–6 and it is right around the bend. Chase Rice is doing the Saturday night concert with special...

 

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