Montana Ag Network
The Montana Ag Network found a collection of toy tractors whose history has made big impact in Montana.
Colder air will linger over Montana through Saturday before high pressure builds allowing for a warmer air mass to move in.
Barley is the foundation for a $350 billion beer industry in the United States. Even though it’s a small crop in terms of acreage, it’s huge in terms of economic impact.
Flurries remain a possibility through the weekend and more mild air is headed our way.
Light snow flurries will track through Central Montana on Wednesday.
Temperatures will continue to trend slightly warmer this week, likely reaching the 30s for some on Thursday.
Extreme cold will continue for the first portion of this week.
It’s been another tough winter for a lot of people— especially livestock producers. As winter continues and calving season is either near or underway, the Farm Service Agency (FSA) reminds ranchers that help is available for livestock losses.
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Snow flurries will take us into the first part of the weekend before tapering off Saturday afternoon.
The change increased the number of counties in Montana in which brucellosis vaccination is required from four to ten.
Hit and miss snow flurries will continue into the weekend and clear skies are leading to bitterly cold overnight lows.
Sporadic flurries and below average temperatures continue this week for most of Montana.
Snow flurries will clear up throughout Central Montana on Tuesday, but continue for the southern portions of the state.
Light snow over the weekend leads to heavy snow Monday and Tuesday.