Broberg Family
Submitted by: Beth Carlson
In the words of: Barb Broberg
Even though my husband’s ancestors homesteaded in the Havre area, both his and my roots were deep in Midwest ground. So, in some ways, it was a surprise for us to end up on the Highline.
Agriculture Appreciation
KSEN and KZIN are located right here in the heart of Ag Country and we believe that every day should be Ag Appreciation Day. Our farm families are the heart of our economy, that's for sure, but they're also the heart of our communities. Ag families are among our most involved citizens and we see the…
As Ag Appreciation Month Approaches
February is flying by and March means Agriculture Appreciation Month for us. I come from a family that includes several farmers and ranchers - I work at the radio station, so I haven't grown any food lately, but I'm interested and I'm grateful...
MRLA to Host Multifunctional Agriculture Seminar
Following on the heels of last week's "Next Generation" conference, the Marias River Livestock Association and Stockman Bank are teaming up to host a series of classes designed to help local agriculture producers diversify their operations to bolster the financial bottom line …
Golden Triangle Barley Update February 10 in Conrad, MT
From the MSU Extension Service:
Barley producers are encouraged to mark Tuesday, February 10, 2015, in Conrad, MT on their calendar for the Golden Triangle Barley Update featuring some of the industry’s top professionals.  The meeting will be held at the Pondera Shooting Sports C…
Mt Dept of Ag Proposes Apiary Fee Increases
The Department of Agriculture is proposing to amend Administrative Rule 4.12.113 pertaining to Apiary registration fees.  The amendments increase the new beekeeper registration fee from $10 to $20 and increase the site registration fee from $15 to $19/site...
FSA Hosts Farm Bill Meetings This Week
The USDA's Farm Service Agency (FSA) Administrator Val Dolcini is in Montana this week to attend five Farm Bill agricultural producer meetings in the Golden Triangle.
The meetings, hosted by the FSA and MSU Cooperative Extension Service, will cover newly authorized programs and important deadlines in…
MSU Extension Offers Free Online Magazine
BOZEMAN – Big Sky Small Acres: Rural Living in Montana, a magazine produced triannually by Montana State University Extension for busy landowners and backyard enthusiasts, is now available for free online.
The magazine, which has been in circulation since 2008, features practical articles on topics i…

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