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They’re Selling Like Hotcakes

Talk about "Fast & Furious"...the tickets for Saturday night's Donkey Ball over at the Shelby High School gym are selling at a record pace. Don't snooze or you'll lose on this deal! Donkey Ball is coming here to Shelby, & it's the 1st time in the 17 years since I hung up my hat here & called it "Home." There'll

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Woolly Bear Caterpillars Spotted in Chouteau County

MSU EXTENSION AgALERT:

High numbers of woolly bear caterpillars have been reported in a Chouteau County wheat field. Woollybear larvae are members of the moth family Arctiidae, also referred to as Tiger moths

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Still Going Strong

We're still going strong with the Montana History reading deal up at the Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby, & I'll be there tonight (Tuesday) at 6 to continue on with Montana author Rick Sterry's "Blizzard of '32." W

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tea for two
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A Couple Of Jerry’s

I'm Jerry Puffer-The Puffman, & I often say, "If I was any better, I'd be 2 people!" This afternoon (Tuesday), it's all going to come true for me...there's be a couple of "Jerry's" on the air today when Jerry Philipps comes on the Puffman Show to fill us in on...s

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Whole Grains
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Agriculture and the Economy

From the nation's earliest days, farming has held a crucial place in the American economy and culture. Farmers play an important role in any society, of course, since they feed people. But farming has been particularly valued in the United States

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Farm Fun Facts

Fun Farm Facts

  • Mature turkeys have more than 3,500 feathers.
  • There are 47 different breeds of sheep in the U.S.
  • Pork is the most widely eaten meat in the world.
  • The average person consumes 584 pounds of dairy products a year.
  • 160 degrees Fahrenheit is the c
Sun Dog
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My Morning Drive

I drive to work from Cut Bank everyday and this morning I was treated to a really cool site - Sun dogs! I had to pull over and grab a photo:

I'm wasn't sure how "usual" sun dogs are, so I had to break out the Google when I got to my desk - it turns out that according to Wikipedia:

Sun dogs are commonly caused by the refraction of light from plate-shaped hexagonal ice crystals either in high and cold cirrus or cirrostratus clouds or, during very cold weather, drifting in the air at low levels, in which case they are called diamond dust

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can you dig it
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Watch Them Grow

It's all about the community...OUR community! Like all of us, the Shelby Community Garden folks are looking forward to spring, & they'll will be meeting tonight (Tuesday) out at the Marias River Electric Conference Room at 7 o'clock SHARP. Th

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the Gollehon farm
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Meet The Gollehons

They're Gary & Becky (she was an Ihnen) & they farm 32 miles east of Brady in the northwest corner of Choteau County in an area north of "The Knees." known as the Ashmoor Community. Montana Agriculture Appreciation is going on this month (March) & the Gollehons are certainly an example of today's modern Montana farmer. Gary's gre

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Wrangler March 25-28
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Wrangler Network to Live Stream the Ram National Circuit Finals Rodeo

The Wrangler Network to Live Stream the RAM National Circuit Finals Rodeo

WHO: WranglerNetwork.com will be providing live stream coverage of the first four rounds of the RAM National Circuit Finals Rodeo (RNCFR). The Wrangler Network is a mobile and online destination for fans interested in cont

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How Cold Was It

It was at least cold enough to bring the brass monkey in from the back porch in the book that I'm reading up at the Marias Heritage Center...thus, the title of Rick Sterry's tome, "Blizzard Of '32" makes sense

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Did you know… Ag Appreciation

According to the Department of Agriculture:

Mining and agriculture lured settlers to Montana during the latter half of the 1800s, and agriculture remains the state's number one industry. One out of every six Montana workers is

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