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Town & Country Supply Association is committed to assisting students with goals to further their education in an agricultural related field.  Each year Town & Country Supply Association and its board reviews applications for scholarships and this year, Town & Country Supply Association was able to award 7 scholarships to students pursuing studies in an agricultural field.   Garrett Bromenshenk, from Billings, MT, is attending Northeastern Junior College in Sterling,

As a general rule, winter wheat is grown as a cash crop, however it can provide the benefits of most other cereal grains as well. It also works as a grazing option and unlike barely or rye, it is unlikely to become a weed and is much easier to kill. Wheat is slower to mature than some other cereal grains and is increasingly grown more than rye as it is

Refilling your propane tank not only makes sense economically, but it is also convenient and easy. It is always a better value than simply exchanging out your tank as you get a completely full tank and are only charged for the amount of propane that went into the tank. Exchange tanks are not filled up to the legal limit and many times a 20lb tank may contain as little as

Chances are, no matter what walk of life you come from, at some point, you may have to fill a propane tank. Many items use propane tanks these days, not the least of which being most home barbecues.  Knowing how to fill a propane tank yourself will not only keep you safe, but it can also save you money over just grabbing a refilled tank off the rack. So, if

BOZEMAN — Montana State University Extension will offer farm management workshops in eight communities, including Livingston, Terry, Baker, Plains, Culbertson, Wolf Point, Chester and Fort Belknap, from December to March. MSU Extension economists George Haynes, Kate Fuller and Joel Schumacher will lead the workshops. Other contributing faculty members will include agricultural economists Anton Bekkerman, Diane Charlton and Eric Belasco; family economist Marsha Goetting; cropping systems specialist Kent McVay; beef cattle specialist Megan Van Emon; rangeland weed specialist Jane