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It’s Time to Jam (or Jelly) with MSU Extension

On today's Extension Minute,  Toole Co Agent Alice Burchack talked about homemade jams and jellies. Click HERE to download an MSU Extension Service MontGuide with recipes and tips. (6pages, PDF format)

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John, Dear…

Do you have an old restored farm tractor? Next month (July), our Marias Museum here in Shelby will be presenting exhibits featuring agriculture, and they'll be showing restored farm tractors. There are some real beauties out here in the Golden Triangle

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Teton Co. 4-H Fair Begins Today

The Teton County 4-H Fair opens today and runs through Saturday in Choteau. Click HERE for a schedule of events!

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Puffman’s Ag Watch

I received a report this morning that the custom cutter guys are basking in the 106 degree heat out in Kansas. They finished some wheat at Sharon Springs and it averaged 40 bushels (dry land) with 63-64 test-weight

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Valier Looking For Help

Valier Homesteader Days are headin' our way, come NEXT weekend, Saturday, June 23rd. If you ask me, that one of the funnest days around here in the summer time. I've been in a few parades down there! Right now, the Valier folks are looking for vendors and crafters for Saturday, the 23rd

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Stripe Rust Spotted in Chouteau Co. Wheat Fields

The MSU Extension Service's Department of Plant Sciences and Plant Pathology has issued an Ag Alert concerning Stripe Rust, which has been confirmed in fields in Chouteau County. So far, it's at relatively low levels, and only in susceptible wheat varieties, but producers are advised to watch your fields closely. Click HERE to read the complete Ag Alert.

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Pondera Co. Offers Opencut Permit Workshop

Area residents that are interested in developing a gravel pit on their property are invited to attend a workshop related to the Opencut permitting process on Tuesday, June 19th in Conrad.  This 5 hour hands on workshop will start with registration at 9:30 am at Joe’s Steakhouse located at 402 S Main.  The wor

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How High Was The Water, Bob

The worst natural disaster in Montana history occurred in the second week of June back in 1964. Creeks and streams turned into raging, mile-wide rivers and for the first time since Gibson Dam was built on the Sun River, water came pouring over it's top

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Get Ready To Rodeo

What a weekend NEXT weekend up north! It's the Coutt's Grass Rodeo and this afternoon (Thursday), Adam Kerfoot is stopping by the Puffman Show. I can't wait to meet Adam in person and hear about all that's going to be happening father's day weekend with the rodeo action

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How Does Your Crop Grow

he Golden Triangle's not the only place it rained...received word this morning from one of the custom cutting guys down in Parrington, Oklahoma that they also experienced some shower activity this past week

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Now I Know That Summer’s Here

Got word minutes ago that the Cut Bank Farmer's Market kicks off this Wednesday at  City Park in Cut Bank. Whenever I start hearing about farmers markets here in the Golden Triangle, I know that we are "officially" in the summer season

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How’s The South 40 Doing?

I received word minutes ago that the custom guys are just finishing up at Larry Goyer's place down in Clinton, Oklahoma. The general feeling down there seems to be that the yields should run close to 40 bushel with test weights from 59 to 61 pounds

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