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State Grain Lab, Pesticides & Weeds
The State Grain Laboratory has now offers online certificates and billing using a secure portal. Registered users can print certificates and email them to customers. More...
Growth through Agriculture ~ Agriculture in the Classroom
The Growth Through Agriculture program has invested $10.6 million in more than 350 projects for new and innovative agricultural endeavors. More...
A new function allows users to search licensed applicators by name or county. More...
An environmental assessment has been published for proposed research on ways to remove watermilfoil and curlyleaf pondweed from Cabinet Gorge and Noxon Rapids Reservoir. Comments will be accepted until June 11. More...
Montana ranks 1st or 2nd among states in production of certified organic wheat, dry peas, lentils and flax. More...
Montana County Drought Status map and county table.
U.S. Drought Monitor map updated weekly includes text summary.
Current Year Water Data
Montana Snow and Water maps 2001-2008 of Mountain Snow Water Equivalents, Monthly Stream Flow Prospects, and Surface Water Supply Index.
U.S. Soil Moisture Monitoring
Stream flow in Montana
Surface Water in Montana
Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology Ground Water-Information Center
Montana Moisture Status
Drought Information-Great Falls, MT area
Montana Certified Natural Beef
The Montana Certified Natural Beef Program strives to add value to Montana beef products using state verified protocols.
To participate in the program, beef cattle owners must apply for certification using a producer application form. The cattle enrollment form is used to identify animals that are to be included in the program. A health records sheet is used to keep track of any medicines given to animals, and must be sent to the department before sale of the animals.
Department of Livestock Information
Brand Enforcement Division
For additional information, contact Marty Earnheart, livestock marketing officer at the Montana Department of Agriculture at (406) 444-2402 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.