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Rust Never Sleeps

I had a chance to read some reports this morning (Friday) on crop conditions in the south (Oklahoma, Texas and Kansas) and I noted one comment out of Kansas that said that "the crops look good, but are really early"

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(Flickr User Tim Swinson kingbob.net)
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It Can’t Get Any Better Than That

That's what Brady area farmer Gary Gollehon tells me when describing his life "down on the farm". According to Gary, "Good neighbors and a good place to bring up a family" is the single best thing about living/working on a farm"

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Flickr User waterarchives
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Agriculture Appreciation

“Cultivators of the earth are the most valuable citizens. They are the most vigorous, the most independent, the most virtuous, and they are tied to their country and wedded to its liberty and interests by the most lasting bands”
-Jefferson

The family farm may be the most important institution in American history. In America, the

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steve-michaels
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How to die with a smile on your face

I think one way is to be listening to the Puffman Show in the afternoons. If that doesn't make you smile, I don't know what will. On a more serious note, "How to Die with a Smile on your Face" is author Steve Michaels latest book and Steve is going to be my special guest this afternoon (Wednesday) at 4:35 on the Puffman Show

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Coho Salmon
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Swimming upstream

The Miller Hutterite Colony south of Bynum (not too far from Jim Anderson and Grizzly Sports in Choteau) is now shipping cases of fresh Coho salmon to Seattle Washington. David Wipf, the colony's spokesman and secretary/treasurer,

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(Flickr User gatowlion)
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Down there in the south 40

It's Ag Appreciation month and I'm gearing up to follow the custom cutters again this year. I understand that conditions "down south" have really "gone south"! A week or so of mid 80 degree temperatures, coupled with 30 to 35 mile per hour winds have literally stressed the Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas crops, causing visible blue circles (not to be confused with crop circles) and shriveled leaves in the fields

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(Flickr User Gerard Stafleu)
(Flickr User Gerard Stafleu)
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Ag Appreciation Starting Soon

Don't forget - we'll be beginning our daily salutes to Agriculture families very soon.  If you'd like to be a part of it, please contact hollyrogers@townsquaremedia.com.

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Category: Ag Appreciation
Ag Appreciation 2012
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2012 Agriculture Appreciation

Starting on Monday March 5th we will be featuring a different Agriculture family every day Monday through Friday this month on our website www.kesnam.com! You will find interesting stories and pictures of how our producers started out, how they got to where they are today, and how they acquired their land

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She wants to save the mustang

And I don't mean those cars that David Kennedy in Car Town sometimes talks about. These are the "mustang" horses and I have a special guest/expert scheduled for this Friday afternoon at 4:35 that has a lot in common with Betty White, Bob Barker, and Ellen DeGeneres

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Bound like grass
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Bound Like Grass

What a GREAT name for a book. As we continue reading Ruth McLaughlin's book during Montana History at the Marias Heritage Center, the title is starting to resonate more and more with me. Ruth grew up in Eastern Montana and in my opinion, both her parents and her grandparents, along with many of the homesteaders, had one tough miserable life

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We’re hale and hearty in Big Sky Country

A little cold weather certainly doesn't dampen our enthusiasm when comes to getting out and enjoying our weekends here in the Last Best Place. And talk about a good antidote for the chilly weather...Quality Life Concepts in Conrad is putting on a chili dinner this evening (Friday) at the Conrad Moose Lodge

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Karst Farm Combine
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The curtain closes on another harvest season

It looks like the 2011 harvest season has wrapped up. My friend "Gunsmoke" Gary Gollehon tells me that his friend, Todd-The-Custom-Cutter Man, is anticipating driving down to Texas, Oklahoma (a good name for a musical), and Kansas to take a look-see at conditions down in those parts. Winter wheat seeding in the south is fast and furious as there have been some reports of moisture in those states but, unfortunately, no sub-moisture on which to rely.

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