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Grown in Montana News

Cherry Industry Set to Meet in Polson

Montana Cherry Symposium will be held September 14, 2017

Cherry Industry Set to Meet in Polson

Polson, Mont. – The Montana Department of Agriculture (MDA) and the Montana Cherry Advisory Committee will be hosting the Montana Cherry Symposium at the Kwa Tuq Nuk Resort in Polson on Thursday, September 14, 2017. The symposium will bring together cherry industry experts, and producers for a day packed with education on growing famous Flathead cherries. The symposium is sponsored by Flathead Lake Cherry Growers, Glacier Fresh Cherries, Monson Fruit Company ,Westland Seed, Fat Robin Orchard, and Domex Superfresh Growers.

Hay haulers needed for donated hay

Significant need for hauling from Western Montana to fire- and drought-affected Eastern Montana

Helena, Mont. – Hay donations throughout the state and country have continued to pour in as producers assess damage and recover from the fire and drought conditions in Eastern Montana. Now, hay haulers are needed to help get these donations to Eastern Montana. There is currently a significant need to haul donated hay from Western Montana.

Grown in Montana Store kicks off at Montana State Fair

Nearly 20 companies participating this year

Grown in Montana Store kicks off at Montana State Fair

Great Falls, Mont.—The Montana Department of Agriculture will host the Grown in Montana Store at the Montana State Fair in Great Falls, July 28th through August 5th. The Grown in Montana Store will showcase value-added agriculture products that are grown in Montana and processed by Montana businesses. Nearly 20 Montana companies from all corners of the state will have products available for purchase.

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Steph Hystad
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Phone : (406) 444-5425
E-mail : SHystad@mt.gov
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