Society for Range Management - IMS Summer Tour 2019

Friday, 19 July 2019, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM [MST]

17863 Beaver Creek Road, Havre, Montana, 59501, United States


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2. Review and Proceed

SRM-IMS Summer Tour 2019 Registration Partial Approval -$25.00

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Camping Reservation Partial Approval - $20.00

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Camp with the group at Rotary Campground in Beaver Creek Park! This fee covers camping from Thursday afternoon July 18 through Sunday morning July 21.

Missouri River Float Partial Approval -Free

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River float on Saturday, July 20, 2019. Collecting numbers for those who are interested. Payment required by the vendor day of the float.

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Event Information

Friday, 19 July 2019, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM [MST]

About the Event

 See SRM Website for additional details on camping, float, etc.


Summer Tour Agenda:


6:00 ish                     Light Continental Breakfast (Rotary Campground)


8:00                            Leave Beaver Creek Park, Rotary Campground


8:30-9:45                  Northern Ag Research Center  (NARC)


                                    Intro. to the Station


                                    Cover Crop research - species, haying,


                                   grazing and economics


                                   Crested wheatgrass renovation plots


9:45-11:15               School section 30 year-old exclosures


11:15-12:45 Travel to First Lake and Lunch


                                     (Sponsored and Prepared By MSU-NARC)


12:45-1:15  Travel to NARC’s Thackery Ranch


1:15-4:00                  Research covering Residual Feed Intake, Supplementing


                                   Livestock on Dormant Grass, Grazing Distribution and




4:00-4:30                  Travel to Mooney Coulee


4:30-5:30      Grazing vs. No Grazing after 2017 East Fork Fire


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