Powder River Examiner -

Joe Stuver 

Wild weather characterizes June


Pat Ridenour

Denizens of Southeastern Montana, and indeed much of the state, are enjoying one of the finest and most prolific spring growing seasons in memory and in fact in history.

Dryland alfalfa hay is one of the finest, following years of semi-drought, with 2017 ranked as one of the worst years ever. With the abundant rain, western wheat grass is now heading out too, belly-button high on a tall horse. Grain crops are showing strong also.

Ranchers are still busy dodging storms to get their hay up. Some have had windrows down since before the mid-month soaking.

This spring of rebirth also follows o...

For access to this article please sign in or subscribe.


Reader Comments


Powered by ROAR Online Publication Software from Lions Light Corporation
© Copyright 2019

Rendered 10/30/2019 16:00