Montana Ag Network
Winds once again become an issue this week.
Snow moves back into the forecast tomorrow
Grocery shoppers may not realize, but some of their favorite foods are actually made from pulse crops grown in the Northern Plains and growing consumer demand for pulses has both some farmers and grocery stores excited.
A break in wind coming Sunday
Winds will continue to be an issue on Thursday, although not quite as widespread and strong as what we saw on Wednesday.
Dangerous wind gusts are expected again today along the Rocky Mountain Front.
High winds are expected throughout Central Montana on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Strong winds will take us through the first portion of this week.
Cutting-edge technologies and management systems for sustainably-managing private and public lands were the focus of this year’s NGLCC.
High pressure will offer up a break from the cold this weekend.
High pressure remains the big talking point on the weather scene.
After a 15-year absence, American lamb has returned to Japan and some people in the United States sheep industry are excited to have the export market open for business again.
A cold air mass continues to blanket Montana, keeping daytime high temperatures well below freezing.
The cold air mass that moved in this past weekend will hang on for a few more days.
A Missoula couple is discovering a shared stewardship and appreciation of the land is not only feasible but also is affordable.