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Stedman Inc. Beet Harvest Is Off To Good Start

Matt Stedman, Stedman Inc., has been heavily involved in the sugar beet industry since he was a kid. From the age of 8, he started farming with Rocky Norby and is now running his own operation,...

 

The Roundup 18th Annual Harvest Festival: Sugar Days 2021

Agriculture is the backbone of the MonDak region and it’s time to celebrate this year’s harvest with The Roundup’s 18th annual Harvest Festival 2021. Make It With Sugar Contest Whip up your tastiest creations Friday, Nov. 5 and bring them to...

 

Fertilizer Prices For 2022 Crop Will Be Near Or Above Historic Highs

Due to increasing natural gas prices, nitrogen fertilizer prices are relatively high compared to recent years and are expected to remain high and possibly increase through next spring, says Dave...

 

Larry's Seed & Ag Supply Announces Merger

Larry Signalness, Watford City, has been in the customs spraying service since his senior year in high school in 1975 when he started Larry's Spraying Service, He began spraying Fargo, Treflan and...

 

Area Beet Harvest Is Nearing Completion

Sugar beet receiving stations around the area have been receiving truckloads of sugar beets since the end of September; most stations are soon to be finished with pre-pile. Culbertson is already...

 

Registration Open For Adult Mental Health First Aid Seminars In Western ND

Family and Community Wellness. The Adult Mental Health First Aid program assists participants to recognize, understand, and respond to signs of mental health concerns, such as depression, and connect...

 

Producer Partnership Looking For More Protein

Park County, MT - Montana Non-Profit, the Producer Partnership, calls on the help of farmers and ranchers who want to work together in ending hunger in Montana. Since foundation in 2019, the Producer Partnership has donated nearly 80,000 pounds of...

 

McKenzie, Oliver County Teams Win 4-H Range Judging Contest

The McKenzie County 4-H range judging team placed first in the senior division of the North Dakota 4-H and FFA range judging contest at Reeder. Team members are Paige Delaney and Sylvia Boekelman,...

 

Drought Hinders Harvest For Area Farmers

This year in McKenzie County harvest was “a little tough” for producers. One of the driest years to date in 127 years with soil moisture low and poor crop conditions.  “Several crops were turned into forage for livestock because there was not...

 

Know Signs Of EHD In Livestock

Insect vector transmitted diseases can cause severe disease in wildlife and in some instances domestic livestock. "Two notable infectious diseases transmitted by biting and or sucking insects are...

 

MonDak Irrigated Crop Production To Face Detrimental Impacts Following Fort Peck Test Flows

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Omaha District) will be executing an experiment that involves fluctuating dam releases of Fort Peck Dam between April and July 2023. This experiment causes a variety of concerns for several people, especially area ir...

 

Food Product Liability Workshop Series: Understanding The Opportunities & Risks With Selling Local Food Under The New Montana Food Freedom Law

Free virtual two-part workshop series Nov. 3 and Nov. 10 offers education and resources for selling raw milk, poultry and home kitchen prepared foods Statewide: AERO, the Alternative Energy Resources...

 

Sugar Beet Decorating Contest

The Roundup held their 18th Annual Sugar Beet Contest Thursday, Oct. 21. A special thanks to Neu's Super Valu and the Powder Keg, Fairview. for sponsoring the contest and all the entrants. Winners...

 

Tips For Overwintering Plants In Your Home

Every year at the first signs of Fall temperatures begin to dip and we can start to expect the occasional overnight frost. This reminds us that winter will soon be here. It's time to start thinking...

 

Prairie Fare: Be Inspired by Fall Colors and Add Veggies to Your Plate or Bowl

My husband pointed out some yellow and orange leaves the other day as we drove down the street. I knew exactly what he was going to say. I turned and looked at him. I could have mouthed the words....

 

Anvik Renovates Family Farmhouse

Marlys Anvik made the decision to move back to the farm when her brother decided to move to Washington after more than 20 years on the homestead. Before her move, she decided to do some much needed...

 

Your Annual Flu Shot Is (Still) Important

The flu shot is recommended every year, including this year. One may ask, “why do I need a flu shot if we didn’t even have any flu cases last year?” That is a legitimate question. Why didn’t we have any flu cases? Is there even any flu...

 

Federal Duck Stamp Required Sept. 1

A federal duck stamp is required for waterfowl hunters 16 and older beginning Sept. 1. Waterfowl includes ducks, geese, swans, mergansers and coots. This year’s 2021-22 federal duck stamp is available for electronic purchase through the North...

 

FWP To Take New, More Inclusive Approach To 2022-2023 Hunting Regulations Seasons

HELENA – Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is beginning the biennial hunting regulations review process, and this year the department is looking to take a fresh approach. In the past, the biennial...

 

Try Hunting Doves This Season

Want to take someone new hunting this fall? If so, the upcoming dove season offers a great opportunity to introduce a new hunter to North Dakota’s outdoors. The North Dakota Game and Fish Department has a Virtual Dove Hunting Mentor webpage with...

 

Hunters Encouraged To Check For Restrictions & Closures On Block Management Areas Before Heading Out

Helena - Despite recent rains, high fire danger conditions persist throughout much of Montana. As a result, hunters may encounter closures or restrictions at Block Management Areas. Closures could change daily. The best resource for hunters making...

 

ND Deer Archery Season Opens Sept. 3

North Dakota’s deer bow season opens Friday, Sept. 3 at noon and continues through Jan. 2, 2022. Bowhunters can buy a license online at the North Dakota Game and Fish Department website, gf.nd.gov, or at vendors linked to the department’s online...

 

Past Extension Agents Share Memories of Past Fairs

Fred Barkley When Fred Barkley and his family arrived in Sidney in 1976, they thought I had found Eden. The town was so clean, with well manicured lawns and parks and the people were so friendly and...

 

Centennial Richland County Fair & Rodeo Set For Aug. 4-7

This year the Richland County Fair & Rodeo will be celebrating 100 years of operation, Aug. 4-7. There will be tons of entertainment provided throughout the day. This includes the commercial,...

 

100 Years of Community & 4-H

Richland County 4-H is beyond excited to celebrate 100 years of Richland County Fair and Rodeo. It also happens that Richland County 4-H celebrates its centennial right along with the fair. Richland...

 

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