Ranch Management

How Snowpack Affects Ranchers in the Rockies

January 22, 2020 Brant Marsh

A common motto of farmers and ranchers throughout the Rocky Mountains is “whiskey’s for drinking and water’s for fighting.” The meaning of this motto became apparent as I grew up farming and ranching in the mountain valleys of southwest Montana.

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Today’s Extreme Winter Weather Impacts Tomorrow’s Crop Farming

January 10, 2020 Forbes

The U.S. Department of Agriculture estimates that 90% of crop losses are related to extreme weather – but it’s not just the direct impact of summer drought, floods and severe storms. Winter weather is another important variable to consider when it comes to a successful agricultural operation. Detailed forecasting, coupled with other agricultural insights tools, can help farmers make proactive decisions regarding their crops, or even preventative decisions if necessary.

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Field Report

Winter Photography

December 12, 2019 Ryan Flair

Cold winter mornings are best spent with duck hunting with your dog. Enjoy this winter photography feature by Ryan Flair of Hall and Hall

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Inside Hall and Hall

It Takes All Kinds of Cowboys

December 10, 2019 Hall and Hall

Hall and Hall partner Robb Nelson attended the NFR Exceptional Rodeo that is held in conjunction with the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. It is an event that has brought rodeo contestants and special needs children together for the past 34 years.

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