Montana Ag Network
The Trump administration unveiled a new $16 billion trade aid program for U.S. farmers hurt financially by the ongoing trade war with China.
Partly cloudy skies will prevail on Friday, before more moisture moves in Friday afternoon.
The opportunity for kids to get started in the cattle industry is knocking as one of America’s most unique youth agricultural scholarship programs is now taking applications.
Sunshine will try and take over on Thursday, however spotty showers are still likely.
Area showers persist on Wednesday before tapering off on Thursday.
Widespread rain remains the talking point this week as multiple low pressure systems draw moisture our way.
The going rate for elk antlers is between $10-15 depending on the condition.
Widespread moisture and below average temperatures continue this week.
Widespread rain will continue into the weekend.
Showers continue on Thursday as an area of low pressure tracks across the Western United States.
Big game season is long over, but that didn’t stop hundreds of sportsmen from hitting the hills near Augusta Wednesday.
Sunshine and above average temperatures will linger one more day.
For 15 years, the Gallatin Valley Farm Fair has educated a growing urban population on the benefits of agriculture.
The workweek starts out mild with above average temperatures and dry conditions.
Showers and even a few thunderstorms are likely Friday afternoon.