We really didn’t do a lot last week. Had some board meetings and went to the State Fair. Crop-wise things progressed and things look good. We got about an inch of rain Saturday night and moderate temperatures today with a possibility of a shot of rain tonight. We couldn’t really ask for a better August so far.
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Another week of summer temperatures in the 90s moved the crop along, trying to make up some of the season delay. Fungicide applications to soybeans are continuing. Yield checks on corn and soybeans seem premature with beans still setting pods and the potential for tip-back on corn still a concern. Storms brought heavy winds and rain, and some corn and soybeans leaned as a result. Weekly rainfall totals in a few isolated parts of the neighborhood were over 12 inches! The limited acres of sorghum in the area have already headed. It’s time to begin servicing equipment and preparing for harvest along with a quick trip to the Farm Progress Show to see the industry’s showcase.
The panel that oversees the management of Montana’s fish and wildlife will examine a suite of updates to the state’s fishing regulations on Thursday.
Insects are this lady’s least favorite inhabitants of our planet.
SIERRA VISTA — Sierra Vista animal control officers want to remind people that leaving an animal in a hot car is not only a bad idea, it’s illegal.
QUESTION: What should pet owners do to keep their four-legged friends safe during the hot summer months?
Question: What’s the deal with the cold weather?