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Sveum Family Farm

Written by Marigail Sveum

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Ag Appreciation 2013
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Fauque Family

Fauque Family

Joseph Fauque started farming part time while working as a pumper in the Kevin Sunburst oil field in 1941.  Joe and his wife Mildred turned a part-time farm into a full-time farm after acquiring more land.  Joe and Mildred had three children.  Larry, a science teacher at North Toole County High School, is now retired and living in Great Falls with his wife Maria.  A daughter, DaRae, is currently the manager at Ben Taylor Bulk in Sunburst.  Their youngest son Randy took over the farm in 1970 when Joe died following a short fight with pancreatic cancer.  I am Randy and will share a short history of our family farm.

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It’s A Celebration Breakfast

The Pondera County Conservation District "Celebration Breakfast" is set for tomorrow morning, Sunday down in Conrad. The Celebration Breakfast kicks off tomorrow morning at 11 & continues with the good food & conversation until 12:30 Sunday afternoon. Presen

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A Look-See From The Knees

This morning (Wednesday), I received the monthly precipitation report for all of 2012 from the Knees & I found it most interesting looking back over the past year. LAST January .22 was recorded, only .10

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Christmas Crop Conditions

Received word this morning from "Tall" Todd, the custom harvest guy who comes up here to the Golden Triangle every summer. Todd has been in touch with Terry Lemmon from "The Gin" down in the Harrold/Vernon, Texas area & Terry is saying that if they don't get moisture within the next 2 weeks to forget coming down this next spring

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December Crop Conditions

Word was received earlier this morning (Monday), from "Tall" Todd, one of the custom cutter guys who comes up here to the Golden Triangle every season. Todd says that he visited with producers in Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, & Colorado & that the conditions are DRY! Vaughn Elder, a producer in Leoti, Kansas, said that the driest year on record was 1934 (shades of the infamous Dust Bowl) & to date (last week) they are 3/4 of an inch below the record low for the calendar year, which means they have through THIS month to pick up 3/4 of an inch of precipitation to tie the record! Ken Adderholt said, in Vernon/Harrold Texas, that the winter wheat is up, but there's been no moisture since they planted it & if they turn livestock in the cattle pull the wheat up by the roots, when they graze it. Down in Oklaho

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More Power To You

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas! Power on down to Power this Sunday afternoon to enjoy their annual Holiday Festival. The Power annual Holiday Festival is scheduled from 3:30 to 6:30 at the community hall & there's going to be more than enough wonderful activities to do & enjoy

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I’m Looking Forward To This

It's Tuesday & as usual, I'll be going up to the Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby tonight to read Montana History to some of the Heritage Center residents. We'll be finishing up the Nancy & Charlie Russell book this evening & my friend, Marie Ostrem, is bringing along a new book to read that deals with a Fort Benton area woman who was one of our pioneer agriculture people here in rural Montana

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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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What Happened To Our Custom Cutters?

I received word this morning (Friday), stating that Travelin' Todd, the custom cutter guy, has moved north of the border to Lethbridge & points west out on what is known as the Blood Indian Reserve. They cut some green field peas & are currently picking up wheat swaths

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Montana Conservation Districts
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MINI-GRANTS AVAILABLE FOR WATER QUALITY EDUCATION AND OUTREACH

Helena – The Soil & Water Conservation Districts of Montana, Inc (SWCDMI) is seeking applications for mini-grants of up to $2,000 to fund local education and outreach efforts that address nonpoint source pollution and water quality issues.

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Our Life In The Golden Triangle

It's another fun week here in North Central Montana. The weather is GREAT & tonight (Wednesday) the Summer Market Festival will be happening down in Conrad from 5 until 8 at the Conrad swimming pool. Ha

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