This Morning on the Nick Tyler Morning Show, Nick welcomed in Bill… a Volunteer with Eagle Mount to discuss their upcoming Ski-A-Thon. Take a listen below!
Wow! 5 YEARS already? The Pub Station Taproom and Concert Hall is taking time to celebrate with YOU their Anniversary! 3 GREAT BANDS – 1 FUN NIGHT Laney Lou and the Bird Dogs Laney Lou […]
Join KGHL and 2nd Shift in wearing your UGLY Christmas Sweater Friday, December 13th from 6 pm to 8 pm! You can win BIG if you rock the UGLIEST Christmas Sweater! See ya at the […]
Today on the Nick Tyler Morning Show… Nick welcomed in coordinators from the Rapalje Holiday Fair! Listen to find out when YOU can participate!
Join KGHL Afternoon Drive Host Josh Rath for Chrismas Bingo Bonanza! Friday, December 13th, 2019 from 6 PM to 8 PM at 2nd Shift Bar, Casino, and Liquor store. Packets are $10, and they have […]
Today on the Nick Tyler Morning Show, Nick welcomed in Tayla Snapp and Justin Miller from Real Montana. Listen to their conversation below, and be sure to visit their website and Facebook page to get […]
Thanks to our loyal KGHL listeners and their families and friends for making this event a huge success! Below you’ll find our photos of the event.
From the Nick Tyler Morning Show today, Halloween, 2019.
- EPA Approves M-44 Predator Control Devices December 6, 2019This week, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced a more protective interim decision on sodium cyanide, the compound used in M-44 devices to control certain wild predators, primarily coyotes, as part of the re-registration review processAndy Schwab
- CBD Market Showing Signs of Falling? December 6, 2019Many farmers sought to capitalize on surging demand for cannabidiol (CBD), which proponents say has medical benefits, and expanded their plantings into hemp. But wholesale prices for plant matter used in CBD production fell as much asColter Brown
- Daines Proposes New Framework to Protect Water Rights for All Montanans December 5, 2019U.S. SENATE – After years of negotiations, U.S. Senator Steve Daines today announced that he has reached an agreement with the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes (CSKT) on a new framework for a permanent water settlement. Daines willLeif Bakken
- Japan’s Final Approval on Trade Deal a Win for Agriculture December 5, 2019Japan’s Upper House of Parliament Wednesday ratified a partial trade agreement with the United States, which will go into effect on January 1, 2020. “Now that the final hurdle to a deal with Japan has been cleared,Colter Brown
- Hereford Producers Could See Increases In Cattle Prices December 4, 2019Designed to identify superior Hereford-influenced feeder cattle, the Hereford Advantage program now offers additional benefits to add value to feeder cattle. With these enhancements, cattlemen using Hereford bulls can provide value beyond genetic merit through health andAndy Schwab
- Net Farm Income Forecast Higher in 2019 December 4, 2019U.S. net farm income is now forecast at $92.5 billion for 2019, up $8.5 billion (10.2%) from the 2018 level, according to USDA’s November 2019 Farm Income Forecast. In inflation-adjusted terms, net farm income is seen upColter Brown
- NCBA Seeks Clarity and Consistency in Beef Labeling December 3, 2019WASHINGTON (Dec. 3, 2019) — The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA), the nation’s oldest and largest national organization representing American cattle producers, today reaffirmed its policy supporting voluntary country-of-origin labeling (COOL). Because the association takes the concernsColter Brown
- EU Approves Agreement Increasing Access for U.S. Beef December 2, 2019It was a happy Thanksgiving for U.S. beef producers. The European Parliament voted last Thursday to approve a plan that grants the U.S. a country-specific share of the European Union’s duty-free, high-quality beef quota. The agreement, whichColter Brown
- Problems in Pulses December 2, 2019Producers have seen many issues in their crops with the wet year delaying planting, growing, and harvest. Sometimes the problem in crops are deeper than they appear. If you have grown pulses for many years and observedLeif Bakken
- Montana’s Potential to Expand Agriculture November 29, 2019Thanks to a recent grant from the Montana Department of Agriculture, one of Montana State University’s agricultural research centers will deepen its explorations of small fruits and berries as options for Montana producers and consumers. The Western AgriculturalLeif Bakken