Montana Ag Network
Sun moves back in tomorrow with drier conditions
Rain is on track to return to Montana Thursday evening.
Despite a collapse in market prices, farmers are still interested in raising pulse crops.
Winds remain the big weather story on Wednesday.
High pressure will continue to build over Montana on Tuesday.
The MFBF held its 99th annual meeting in Billings this past week, which is a series of educational workshops, renowned speakers, and networking opportunities.
Ahead of our next weather system, winds are expected to increase especially along the Rocky Mountain front.
Drought that carried over from this summer continues to improve across Montana.
For Sidney farmer Sarah Rachor, growing hops has turned a few heads in the countryside.
Another round of snow is expected to pass over Montana Wednesday morning, finally tapering off during the afternoon.
Snow and cold temperatures will take us through the next few days here in Montana.
Another sugar beet harvest is in the books for Montana and northern Wyoming sugar growers.
Strong winds are expected along the Rocky Mountain Front on Friday.
Recent rain and cooler weather has continued to alleviate drought conditions throughout Montana.
The combination of rainy weather a few weeks back, followed up with plenty of sunshine allowed for pasture and range conditions throughout Montana to improve.