Montana Ag Network
As we enter the weekend, we’re not looking at much of a change to our weather forecast.
More seasonably average conditions have allowed for farmers to begin catching up on the harvest throughout Montana.
The NILE has gained recognition for helping young people get a start in the livestock industry.
The recent bout of wet and cool weather significantly helped out with Montana’s drought and soil moisture conditions.
Summer and early fall weather has lead to more favorable pasture grazing conditions for livestock.
It’s rewarding to know their Duckworth brand is helping to create jobs and keep the U.S. textile industry alive.
A strong ridge of high pressure is on track to begin building over the Northwestern corner of the United States on Monday.
Winds and colder temperatures will be the big weather story as we enter the weekend.
Two pressure systems will continue to battle it out as we head into the weekend.
The goal of the RVSA is to provide positive dialogue on shared interests and common goals to enable the group to aim for better stewardship of the Ruby Valley.
A recent bout of cold and wet weather has caused range and pasture conditions to begin deteriorating along with a slowed fall harvest.
An upper level low pressure system continues to draw moisture across the state on Tuesday.
If you have plans to get into the field today, the weather is expected to play out into your favor.
The Agricultural Museum is part of the Museums and Heritage Complex in Fort Benton.
The Buck family in Chinook Montana began their family business with Bear Paw Livestock.