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On today's Extension Minute, Pondera Co. Agent Wendy Wedum offered some tips for safely boiling, dying and storing Easter Eggs:

Tips for making hard boiled eggs:  When cooking, place a single layer of eggs in a saucepan

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MRLA: “Let’s Talk About Bears”

 

By Maggie Nutter

      The Grizzly Bears are coming out of their winter sleep. They have been spotted up on the Rocky Mountain Front and will be wandering our way if they are not already here

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Richard Turere, pictured with his family's livestock, has gained notoriety for inventing a system that keeps lions at bay. (Afrigadget)
Richard Turere, pictured with his family's livestock, has gained notoriety for inventing a system that keeps lions at bay. (Afrigadget)
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Teenager Helps Predators “See the Light”

Like many teenage boys in Montana, Richard Turere (in Kenya)lives on a ranch. Like many Montana ranchers, Richard's family was losing valuable livestock to predators that are themselves an endangered species

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USFS Releases 2012 Year In Review

The U.S. Forest Service's northern region office in Missoula has released its 2012 Year in Review. The 24-page document reviews USFS activities in Idaho, Montana and North Dakota, ranging from wildfire management to insect damage mitigation, timber operations, historical and cultural programs.  Click

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Pulse Growers Workshop in Conrad Wednesday

North Central Montana Regional

PULSE CROP PRODUCTION WORKSHOP

 WEDNESDAY – February 13, 2013

9:30-4:00

PONDERA SHOOTING SPORTS CLUB

 

 

TOPICS:

  • CROP PRODUCTION PRACTICES
  • HERBICIDE APPLICATION & CARRYOVER ISSUES
  • PULSE CROP RESEARCH & VARIETY TRIALS PANEL
  • PRODUCTION ECONOMICS
  • 2013 CROP INSURANCE UPDATE
  • INTRODUCTION TO BUYERS/PROCESSORS
  • LOCAL GROWER PANEL - TO ANSWER YOUR QUESTIONS

SPEAKERS / GUESTS:

-          Dr. PERRY MILLER, MSU, PROFESSOR OF CROPPING SYSTEMS

-          Dr. CHENGCI CHEN, MSU. CENTRAL AG RESEARCH CENTER, MOCASSIN

-          Dr. MARY BURROWS, MSU, EXTENSION PATHOLOGIST

-          CHAD LEE, MONTANA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

-          ED DAVIS, RESEARCH AGRONOMIST, MSU BOZEMAN

-          PEGGY LAMB, MSU, NORHTERN AG RESEARCH CENTER, HAVRE

-          STEVE JUNGHANS,USDA /RMA RISK MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST

-          OTHER RESEARCH AND INDUSTRY

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FSA, BCC Offer Producer Training Seminar This Saturday

The USDA Farm Service Agency, along with the Blackfeet Community College, invites producers to attend a free Production and Financial Management Training Workshop, this Saturday, Jan. 26th, from 9am to 5pm at The Blackfeet Community College in Browning. Participation in this workshop will count toward the FSA's borrower training requirements.

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PUBLIC INVITED TO ENVISION THE FUTURE OF LIBERTY COUNTY

 

 

Chester, Mont. —Oct. 16, 2012— A community roundtable will be held in Chester, Mont. at the Liberty County Community and Senior Center from 5:30-7:30 on October 16.  This family friendly meeting, with food, beverages, door prizes, and youth activities, will give the residents of Liberty County and the surrounding area a format to discuss and envision the future of North Central Montana.  Reside

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Hey Mom, What’s For Lunch

I blogged just last week about some fine church activities that take place here in the Golden Triangle & this weekend is no exception! There's going to be spaghetti on the platter this Sunday at St. Lu

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Rain In The South

By the "South", I'm blogging about the Ag producers in Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma, & Texas. Colorado had 4 inches of rain in the past 10 days. The "Lucky" Linnenbergs will commence seeding in Colorado, as soon as the ground dries out. Ka

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It’s All Over Up North

I received a report this morning (Thursday) from Tall-Todd, the custom cutting fellow. Todd has been cutting up north in Alberta & he says Alberta province has "pretty much been cut out". There IS some winter wheat being seeded, but the drought is ongoing up there also. Th

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The Autumn Leaves

No doubt about it, fall is definitely in the air & the Dutton St. Williams Catholic Parish is set to put on their fall harvest dinner this weekend. The fixings will be in the oven & the platters on the tables! Sunday is the day & their famous Fall Harvest Dinner will be served from noon until 3 at the Dutton American Legion Hall. This is a

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Tester Testing The Waters

Senator Jon Tester's field staff has scheduled an outreach here in Shelby tomorrow afternoon at the driver's license exam room up at the Toole County Courthouse. Between 2:30 & 3:30 Wednesday afternoon, all the senator's constituents are invited to stop by & share their concerns, information, & ideas. Tomorrow's

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