Beef Bits - Nov. 26

By Anja VandeLangemheem

Rapid City 4-H Beef Club reporter

Rapid City 4-H Beef Club had its reorganization meeting on Nov. 10 when the club elected a new council. Wyatt Inglis is president, Thijs VandeLangemheen is vice-president, Brooklyn Hedley is secretary, James Reid is treasurer, and I, Anja VandeLangemheen, will be reporter for the year.

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Farmers, DU at odds over Big Grass Marsh flooding

By Kira Paterson

Neepawa Banner/Neepawa Press

Sometime in late September or early October, an illegal trench was dug at Big Grass Marsh north of Gladstone. The trench was dug around the control structure that keeps the marsh from draining. 

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Do our soils sleep during winter?

By Elmer Kaskiw, MAFRD

The Neepawa Press

The above normal temperatures through much of early November have kept soils from freezing and has resulted in the nutrient ban that is typically implemented on Nov. 10 to now be extended to Nov. 19.

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Beef Bits - Nov. 10

By Kate Leigh Heapy and Jillian Burt

Club Reporters

Rivers 4-H Beef Club held its second meeting of the year on Sunday, Nov. 1 at Brian English’s home. Weigh day is Dec. 6 at his farm at 10 a.m. Rivers Santa Claus parade is Saturday, Dec. 5; our club is entering a float.

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New year for 4-H beef club

By Cora Baker

Neepawa and Area 4-H Beef Club

The Neepawa and Area 4-H Beef Club had their re-organization meeting on Monday, Oct. 19 at NACI. Head leaders Tim Baker, Shelly Bjarnarson and Hans Pedersen welcomed all the new and returning members, and parents.

 “Learn to do by doing” is the 4-H motto and our club proves this throughout the year.

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