Some recent bulletins from the Montana Farm Services Agency

Actually got notices about these over a week ago, but was so swamped with harvest didn’t get around to checking them.

A short notice that Glacier County was approved for emergency grazing and haying of CRP. That brings to 49 the number of Montana counties for which emergency CRP haying & grazing has been approved for due to the dry weather. (There’s only 56 Montana counties total, so at this point only 7 of the 56 have not been approved for emergency haying and grazing.)

August 2012 Montana FSA Newsletter. PDF format. Information about disaster relief programs and emergency haying and grazing of CRP land. Changes to some reporting dates for various crops. Addition of two new continuous CRP practices: pollinator habitat and highly erodible land. Announcement and details of a 1st Annual Rocky Mountain Intertribal Agriculture Council Symposium in Polson.

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