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 By Alex Ross    Publications

Hi-Line Farm & Ranch November 2017: That Guy's Fab Shop holding hopper open house

A company making new grain bin hoppers is inviting people to come in and see what the company is doing. That Guy’s Fab Shop is holding an open house and luncheon Wednesday, Nov. 8, at its facility in Torgerson’s buildings at... — Updated 10/27/2017


Hi-Line Farm & Ranch November 2017: Heat and drought could be new normal, experts say

The dry and hot 2017 weather, compounded by fires in some areas, has been rough on north-central Montana’s agriculture producers. The Havre-north-central region received 3.18 inches of precipitation from March to September, the... — Updated 10/27/2017

 By Pam Burke    Publications

Aiming for the midrange: Body condition scoring for beef cows

Though beef cattle producers constantly assess the condition of their cows and heifers, agriculture nutrition specialists say applying a more scientific approach, called body... — Updated 6/5/2017

 By Pam Burke    Publications

Scale association discusses upgrades, new manager

At its 2017 annual meeting Feb. 1 the Hill County Scale Association board members discussed maintenance at the facility and the need to start a search for a scale manager. The... — Updated 2/23/2017


Big Sandy master engraver inducted into Cowboy Hall of Fame

Big Sandy gunsmith, knife maker, rancher and engraver Aaron "Duke" Pursley has been inducted into the Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame. Pursley was inducted last year and attended the... — Updated 2/23/2017


Havre cowboy posthumously inducted in the Cowboy Hall of Fame

A one-time Havre cowboy, Gordon "Buck" Boyce, who had rodeod all over the country and won the 1950 World Series Rodeo in Madison Square Garden, has been posthumously inducted in... — Updated 2/23/2017


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