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Three days of fun and once again there is something for everyone at this years Seed Show


March 7, 2018

This year's seed show is dedicated to the memory of Virda Klindworth, who taught school and farmed with her family in the Hogeland area. She was a member of the seed show committee from 1993-2011 and served as bread show chairman during part of that time.

Montana's oldest running seed show is set to run March 8-10. The 69th Montana Seed Show begins on Thursday and runs through Saturday evening. The three-day event has ag and non-ag related exhibits, health screenings, competitions of all sorts and a closing banquet with a speaker connected to Montana's biggest economic sector, agriculture. Seed show activities are in and around the Harlem High School. There is a charge for the closing banquet and drug screenings, all other events are open to the public with no charge.

Paul Rasmussen chairs the Seed Show committee again this year. Asked how l...

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