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Dr. Emily Glunk, MSU Extension Forage Specialist, will be the featured presenter at the forage seminar, December 16th in Cut Bank. (Photo: MSU Extension)
Dr. Emily Glunk, MSU Extension Forage Specialist, will be the featured presenter at the forage seminar, December 16th in Cut Bank. (Photo: MSU Extension)
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MSU Extension Forage Seminar – Tues. Dec 16th in Cut Bank.

Golden Triangle producers are invited to attend a Forage Seminar featuring MSU Extension Forage Specialist, Dr. Emily Glunk, on Tuesday, December 16, 2014 - 9 a.m. to noon Glacier County Courthouse Annex – Cut Bank, MT

There is no charge for the half-day seminar, and no pre-registration is required.

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Big Horn Sheep Captured, Moved to Sheep Creek Drainage South of Great Falls

 

State wildlife biologists have trapped and transplanted 21 bighorn sheep to the Sheep Creek drainage that flows into the Missouri River south of Great Falls. The animals were captured over several days from the Missouri River Breaks north of Lewistown.

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Forage Workshop on Dec. 15, 2014 in Shelby

MSU Extension will be hosting a Forage Workshop on Monday, December 15 at Marias River Electric in Shelby.  This free workshop will be begin at 3 p.m. and should last 90 minutes.

Emily Glunk, Ph

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MSU Extension to Host 2015 Crop and Pest Management School

Register now for the Crop and Pest Management School held at Montana State University January 5-7, 2015. The 2½-day workshop will focus on small grain production in Montana. Ruth Dill-Macky, Professor of Small Grains Pathology at the University of Minnesota Department of Plant Pathology and Scott Meers with Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development will provide guest lectures

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Pesticide Applicator Training on Dec. 10, 2014 in Shelby

MSU Extension will be hosting a Pesticide Applicator Training on Wednesday, December 10 at the Comfort Inn in Shelby.  This program is geared towards individuals with private or commercial pesticide applicator licenses and those wishing to obtain one.  The program w

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Choteau's community center, the Pavilion, has seen a series of extensive renovations, many paid for by the community's support of fundraising efforts by the Pals of the Pavilion. (Photo: Jane Wolery)
Choteau's community center, the Pavilion, has seen a series of extensive renovations, many paid for by the community's support of fundraising efforts by the Pals of the Pavilion. (Photo: Jane Wolery)
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Pals of the Pavilion are Thankful for Supportive Community

The Pals of the Pavilion, a local volunteer group that has been working to raise funds to remodel Choteau's community events center - The Choteau Pavilion - is planning to take a little time off while the remodel is completed

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MSU Extension Minute: Small Steps to Health and Wealth

On today's Extension Minute, Pondera Co. Agent Wendy Wedum introduced a new series on "Small Steps to Health and Wealth".

Click HERE for more information.

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Extension, FSA to Host Farm Bill Meetings this Month

 

BOZEMAN – Montana State University (MSU) Extension in partnership with USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA) and USDA Risk Management Agency (RMA) announced the schedule of 28 informational agricultural producer meetings in communities across Montana.

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Monitoring the Hunt..or Harassing the Hunters?

The following is a news release from the recently-formed Yellowstone Wolf Patrol, regarding their efforts to "Monitor and Disrupt" the hunting of wolves near Yellowstone National Park:

Americans outraged with the killing of wolves from Yellowstone National Park (YNP) have organized the YELLOWSTONE WOLF PATROL, whose members have entered the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness to monitor and document Montana's wolf hunt, set to begin on September 15th.        

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MSU Extension Provides September Food Preservation Workshops

 From Toole County Agent Alice Burchak:

This year’s gardening season has been very productive. It is a seasonal joy to have plenty of fresh produce and really enjoy it in its prime. However with the garden season starting to come to end, you probably are thinking about how to preserve your garden produce to enjoy later in the winter, and your local MSU Extension has just the answer!

 If you would like some hands-on experience canning your produce, come join us for a food preservation workshop scheduled for the first week in September in our area

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MSU Extension Minute: Name That Weed

On her Extension Minute today, Glacier Co. Agent Kari Lewis offered some tips for identifying and dealing with Canada Thistle. Here are the links she offered:

Montana Weed Control Association

Colorado State University Extension

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This June, the Montana FFA Foundation held their 6th annual Agricultural Opportunities Tour in eastern Montana. The tour started in Billings, making its way through Miles City and Sidney before heading back to Billings. (Photo: Montna FFA)
This June, the Montana FFA Foundation held their 6th annual Agricultural Opportunities Tour in eastern Montana. The tour started in Billings, making its way through Miles City and Sidney before heading back to Billings. (Photo: Montna FFA)
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FFA Students around the state participate in Agricultural Opportunities Tour

 

           The Agricultural Opportunities Tour is a three-day trip that takes place in the summer, allowing FFA students to visit the agricultural highlights of a certain region of our state. Thi

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