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Fix Is In A Fix

Montana rancher Mark Fix testified down in Denver yesterday (Tuesday) at a regional hearing about the need to address climate change in order to protect agriculture here in Montana.  The Tongue River Rancher & Past Chair of the Northern Plains Resource Council testified on the new EPA rules to curb carbon pollution 30% by 2030. Du

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Growing Like A Weed

The City of Shelby "Weed Ordinance" requires that ALL vegetation on your Shelby property be kept below 6 inches. If the vegetation is in excess of this, you're in violation of the "Weed Ordinance". This ordinance is on the City of Shelby website: www

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And The Winner Is

A "Tip of our Towers" to Arnold Bronken...Arnold was the WINNER at our Shelby Food & Craft Market last week in Shelby City Park. Way to go Arnold! The Shelby Food & Craft Market will be held again this week, today (Thursday) from 4 to 6 down at Shelby City Park & I'll be announcing this week's WINNER in a future Puffman Blog. Speaking o

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Summer Fairs
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A Walk In The Park

Chug on over to Chester tomorrow (Thursday) night...that's where it's all happening! The Chester Summer Fair will be happening again at Lions Park in Chester. The Chester Summer Fair has been a sure fire HIT on Thursday nights this summer & we're all looking forward to another one tomorrow night. Th

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They Are Back

Summertime under our Big Sky & the Farmers Markets are up & running in north central Montana. The Shelby Food & Craft Market will be held again this Thursday from 4 until 6 down at Shelby City Park & there's a Food Market up in Sunburst on Thursday morning at Spark Park from 9 to 10. Come Saturday,

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This June, the Montana FFA Foundation held their 6th annual Agricultural Opportunities Tour in eastern Montana. The tour started in Billings, making its way through Miles City and Sidney before heading back to Billings. (Photo: Montna FFA)
This June, the Montana FFA Foundation held their 6th annual Agricultural Opportunities Tour in eastern Montana. The tour started in Billings, making its way through Miles City and Sidney before heading back to Billings. (Photo: Montna FFA)
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FFA Students around the state participate in Agricultural Opportunities Tour

 

           The Agricultural Opportunities Tour is a three-day trip that takes place in the summer, allowing FFA students to visit the agricultural highlights of a certain region of our state. Thi

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The Rains And Grains

Those custom cutter guys, Tall Todd & his crew, are bogged down in Byers, Colorado, just east of Denver. Todd reports that the rains are delaying the harvest, but it's just showers that are enough to keep the boys out of the fields. Th

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UPOM To Sponsor 2014 Montana Property Rights Conference

The 2014 Montana Property Rights Conference will be held in Billings on Aug 14 and 15.  The event features three nationally-recognized speakers, as well Montana-based experts in a number of topic areas.  The two-day event is free to elected officials and students, a

Marias Fair
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Marias Fair Fun Time!!

It's that time of year again - Marias Fair Fun Time! - If you're looking for the fair schedule of events - we've got it here for you. Be sure to check out their website at mariasfair.com
2014 Marias Fa

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Orange Wheat Midge Invades the Golden Triangle

On her latest MSU Extension Minute, Glacier County Agent Kari Lewis talked about the worsening problem of the Orange Wheat Midge in Golden Triangle wheat fields. Here are the links to more information about detecting and dealing with them: MSU Extension Service MontGuide (downloadable pdf file)MSU Exten

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The Custom Guys Are Hard At It

"Tall" Todd reports that he is FINALLY getting to harvest some winter wheat in the Leoti, Kansas area. The boys had to move some 40 miles west of Leoti & 10 miles south, within 2 miles of the Colorado State Line to find dry wheat. Th

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Ask First For Approval

All pasture cattle/bulls entering the Blackfeet Reservation for summer grazing must have an APPROVED Pasture Authorization Application BEFORE entering the reservation. Anyone found in violation may face fine/penalties & trespass action! This could lead to your livestock being impounded. Fo

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