Is there a crop variety you’d like to see more data on? Is there a plant disease you struggled with this past growing season? Interested in new crops you could try in your rotation? Or do you just want to chat with someone from MSU Extension or the Western Triangle Ag Research Center?

If you answered yes to any of those questions, or have any other agriculture related questions, join Adriane Good, MSU Extension Pondera County Agriculture Agent, and Dr. Justin Vetch, Western Triangle Ag Research Center Superintendent, at Folklore in Conrad or Valier for an open house style discussion about what you need for your upcoming crop year. Adriane and Justin will be in Valier on Nov. 2 and Conrad on Nov. 3 from 9 to 11 a.m. and encourage you to stop by any time during the two-hour block. They would love to hear from you and discuss your needs to help plan for research and Extension programming.

Drinks will be covered by MSU Extension Pondera County and the Western Triangle Ag Research Center, so make sure to stop by and have a coffee and a chat!

To read more area news, pick up a copy of this week’s issue or subscribe to The Valierian, Browning Glacier Reporter, Cut Bank Pioneer Press and Shelby Promoter newspapers at http://www.cutbankpioneerpress.com/site/services/

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