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NOV
08
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ASB 2017 Photo Contest

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Show us your talent! They say a picture is worth a thousand words! Show us the diversity and beauty of what Lamont County has to offer through your eyes, with the 2016 ASB Photo Contest. Winners in each of the following categories will receive: First Prize $150,  Second Prize $100,  Third Prize $50 County Life: Includes landscapes, seasonal, wildlife, buildings, residents, local events and places of interest Agriculture and Industry: Includes livestock & crop, ag... More...
JUN
30
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Thank You Sponsors & Volunteers!

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Lamont County Agricultural Services Department and FCSS Lamont County Region would like to extend a heartfelt thanks to all the sponsors and volunteers who helped to make Farm Safety Day a great success. We would like to thank our presenters and their organizations for allowing them to come out for the day to donate their time and their valuable knowledge. Particular thanks goes out to the following presenters: Water Safety by Alberta Agriculture and Forestry; Electrical Safety by Battle R... More...
JAN
17
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Call for Open Farm Day Participants

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Are you a value-added producer with an operation worth bragging about? Would you be willing to let the public see behind the scenes? Lamont County Agricultural Services and Economic Development Departments are looking for local producers willing to show off their operations during Open Farm Days on August 19th and 20th. Agricultural Industry we're interested in showcasing includes specialty animal production facilities (goat, bison, pork etc.), honey producers, you pick farms, grain produc... More...
NOV
09
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Please Keep Off The Crops

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It should be no surprize to learn that this year’s harvest is delayed. We are already into November and up to 60% of Lamont County’s crops still need to be harvested. The unusually cold and wet weather has added delay after delay and then, to add insult to injury, it snowed while crops were still standing or swathed. The delayed harvest means that crops are extremely vulnerable to damage, even more so when being run over by ATVs and snowmobiles, as has been the case lately. Ma... More...
JUN
09
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ASB Farmer's Appreciation BBQ

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SOLD OUT!! The Agricultural Service Board would like to invite you to their annual Farmer's Appreciation BBQ!  Ukraina Park, Mundare June 23, 2016, 5-7 p.m. Tickets: $10 Steak, $5 Hamburger - Kids 5 and under free! Please R.S.V.P. by June 16, 2016, at 780-895-2585 Guest Speaker: Frank Robinson – Ag Education & Recruiting the Next Generation to Agriculture More...
JAN
11
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Alternative Crop Seminar

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This seminar is FULL. Thanks to everyone who registered! Are you looking for ways to lengthen your crop rotation? Tighter field-crop rotations are leading to problems: increased disease prevalence, more insect pressure, and herbicide resistant weeds. Lamont County Agriculture Service Board is hosting an Alternative Crop Seminar to offer some ideas to help aid in diversification of field-crop operations. Date: Thursday, February 11, 2016 Location: St. Michael Hall Time: 12:30-4:0... More...
JUN
10

Alberta Century Farm & Ranch Award

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Keeping the farm or ranch from generation to generation and actively operating is an impressive achievement for any Alberta family. The Government of Alberta wishes to recognize these special families who built the foundation of prairie farming and ranching. farmandranchplaque The Alberta Century Farm & Ranch Award salutes those families who have continuously owned and actively operated the same land for a minimum of 100 years. It is important that these families be recognized. If yo... More...
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