Montana Ag Network
Lowland flooding remains a concern as we head into the weekend.
The high pressure ridge currently over Montana will break down as we enter the weekend.
The devastation continues across the High Plains and Midwest as record flooding continues. And it’s wreaking havoc on Nebraska’s livestock industry, which could have an impact on Montana ranchers.
High pressure continues to allow for mostly sunny skies and temperatures just above average this week.
Temperatures begin to trend slightly above average as high pressure builds over Montana.
The big talking point this week will be high pressure and above average temperatures!
As America’s farmers continue to endure low commodity prices, President Trump is drawing sharp criticism from rural America after his proposed budget revealed a $26 billion-dollar cut to crop insurance which is helping producers stay in business during these tough times.
The U.S.D.A – National Agricultural Statistics Service, is seeking nominations to the Agriculture Statistics Advisory Committee .
High pressure will be a nice change this weekend, allowing for temperatures to climb to the 40s.
Farmers and ranchers are dependent on water to grow food and fiber and that’s why some agriculture groups are working with others with diverse backgrounds to keep America’s waters healthy.
Weather conditions are finally beginning to resemble early spring here in Montana.
Snow flurries will continue to travel to the southeast as Wednesday plays out, gradually getting stronger as they reach Custer County.
Extreme winds have prompted the National Weather Service to issue a Blizzard Warning for Glacier, Lewis and Clark, Pondera, and Teton Counties.
Tractors are not only a necessity for agriculture, but they are also a way of life.
Extreme winds can be expected along the northern portions of the Rocky Mountain Front on Monday.