Montana Ag Network
Some members of Montana’s electric cooperatives are in Washington, D.C. to urge members of Congress to pass the Revitalizing Underdeveloped Rural Areas and Lands Act.
Scattered showers will persist on Thursday before dryer air returns on Friday.
For the past two weeks, Farmers for Free Trade, a bipartisan coalition supported by ag commodity groups from across the agricultural industry, has been on an 11-state, 3,500-mile RV Tour touting support of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement.
The Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame & Western Heritage Center is seeking nominations for the 2019 Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame induction round.
A new U.S. Department of Agriculture’s regulation to improve disease traceability in sheep and goats has been published in the Federal Register.
High pressure will offer up a week of sunshine and dry conditions.
Warm and breezy weather will take over on Friday.
Officials in attendance said that despite an unusual winter, so far drought conditions do not appear to be an issue this spring.
More sun and dry conditions are on tap for Thursday and Friday.
Showers are expected to pass through Montana again on Wednesday.
Showers are on track to push through Montana on Tuesday.
Although it’s tough on agriculture, the snow and cold does have its benefits when it comes to agriculture.
Breezy and dry conditions will take us into the first portion of our work week.
Showers and a few snow flurries continue to remain a talking point on Friday.
The program’s goal is to educate communities and empower families in need by teaching them to grow their own vegetables.