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The Vegetables Are Fresh

FRESH vegetables, baked good, crafts &" MORE are in store" this afternoon (Thursday) down at City Hall Park here in Shelby at the Shelby Food & Craft Market. The market runs every Thursday afternoon from 4 until 6 through the 17th of next month. (Vendo

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Most Rainfall Since May

The Precipitation Report from the Knees area is in & shows  the most 24 hour rainfall since May 17th when .88 of an inch was recorded. So far this year, January recorded .64, February .18, March .33,

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I Went Viral

Yesterday (Monday), in my blog on our custom cutters, I mentioned "stripper headers" & ended up receiving numerous responses. I figure, as the younger generation says, "I must have done gone "VIRAL" on this deal! So today, I am blogging on stripper headers. Th

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Cutting Soon In Conrad

That's what Tall Todd, the custom harvester guy, says. Our favorite custom cutter is still stuck southeast of Denver. Rain & high humidity have been tightening their jaws, but the men are beginning to see the light at the end of the south 40. T

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The Nutter family of Certain Creek Farms: front row - James Nutter, Peggy Nutter Kimmet,  Carol Keats;  back row - Edna Streit, John Nutter and Maggie Nutter (Photo by Kim Owens)
The Nutter family of Certain Creek Farms: front row - James Nutter, Peggy Nutter Kimmet, Carol Keats; back row - Edna Streit, John Nutter and Maggie Nutter (Photo by Kim Owens)
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Nutter and Hedges Are REAL Montana Selections

BOZEMAN - Montana State University Extension announced Class II of REAL Montana (Resource Education and Agriculture Leadership), a two-year program focused on building a network of informed and engaged leaders to advance the natural resource industries in Montana

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To Market Will Go

If you missed the Farmers Market this morning (Thursday), up in Sunburst...no worries, they'll be back up there NEXT Thursday! Meanwhile, our Shelby Food & Craft Market will be held down in City Hall Park this afternoon from 4 until 6 o'clock. Co

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MSU Ag Alert: How’s That Workin’ For You?

MSU Extension's Cropland Weed Specialist Fabian Menalled reports that the Department of Plant Sciences and Plant Pathology has received several complaints about field peas that did not fill pods satisfactorily after a Clethodim application. He would like to hear from growe

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Glacier County Conservation District Sets Crop Tour for July 28.

The Glacier County Conservation District Crop Tour is set for the evening of Tuesday, July 28, and will include field tours and two great speakers.

Attendees should meet at the Cut Bank Civic Center (800 Railroad Street) at 5:30 p

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Niki Flundra
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Tough Enough To Wear Pink Night at the PRCA Rodeo

It's Saturday - It's Fairtime and It's "Tough Enough to Wear Pink" night at the Four County Marias Fair PRCA Sanctioned Rodeo. The rodeo gets underway at 7pm with your favorite rodeo clown, Zane "the Z-man" Drishinski from Conrad and tonight's rodeo promises plenty of other excitement including the amazing trick riding of Alberta-native Niki Flundra and 5-year-old Piper Yule:
Hailing originally from the small town of Rockyford, Alberta, Canada, Niki has performed 8 times at the legendary Calgary Stampede

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UM Hires New Director of Wildlife Biology Program

 MISSOULA – The University of Montana’s Wildlife Biology Program has named Chad Bishop as its new director. Bishop, who previously served as assistant director of Colorado Parks and Wildlife, takes over from interim director Winsor Lowe on Aug. 1.

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Category: Agriculture
Rocky Mountain Front
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Up Front On The Front

The Rocky Mountain Front Farmers Market will be running full tilt this Saturday in Choteau, & you're all invited to stop by...it's FUN! The Rocky Mountain Front Farmers Market will be held at the usual location...t

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UM Hosts International Group of Land Managers for Seminar

MISSOULA – The University of Montana will host two dozen protected-area land managers from around through world Sunday, July 26, while they explore Western Montana as part of the 15th annual International Seminar on Protected Area Management.
Participants in the seminar, sp

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