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Seed Show Resilient Despite Winter Storm

 

March 18, 2020

The 71st Annual Montana Seed Show took place this past Thursday, Friday and Saturday at the Harlem High School. Despite a severe winter storm affecting travel up and down the Hi-line, organizers managed to put on a quality show for those in attendance. The oldest, continuous 'Seed Show' in the country again featured a little bit of everything from quality baked goods to wool and wheat, quilts of all kind and to classic cars and tractors for the auto enthusiast. The gymnasium was again filled wall to wall with vendors selling all kinds of wears.

Through the years the Oldest Continuously running Seed Show in the country has faced many obstacles. The 71st edition of the Montana Seed Show had the challenge of a severe winter storm to deal with in attracting visitors.

The Seed Show began Thursday morning and ran through Saturday as event organizers did a fantastic job in making the best of the situation.

Agriculture Exhibit entries were turned in Thursday morning including Grains, Legumes, Grasses and Potatoes. Wood working entries were also submitted and educational and commercial booths began setting up in the gymnasium.

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