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r .r. L "The Star 1 Emergency grazing program open in most Counties 3:3 Emergency grazing of Conservation ' Reserve Program (CRP) acres is open in most North Dakota counties. CRP' participants in counties that are in a D3 or D4 drought status, or a D2 drought status of 8 weeks or greater, may re- fittest to perform emergency grazing the primary nesting season.- ff; “With the severe drought in North Dakota, grazing options are desperately needed,” Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring said. “Having emer- gency grazing ayailable for our live— s:ka producers provides some relief.” 3‘2 CRP participants must submit a .L a written request to conduct emergency grazing, are limited to 50% carrying capacity on acreage grazed and are not to exceed 90 consecutive days. All conservation practices are eligible. Producers should check with their county Farm Service Agency office to ensure their acres are eligible and contract provisions are followed. Ineligible counties currently in- clude Barnes, Cass, Ransom,’Rich- land, Sargent, Steele and Traill as they have only been in D2 status for seven weeks. CRP participants in those counties should watch the drought monitor athttps://drought- monitor.unl.edu/CurrentMap/State- DroughtMonitor.aspx?ND and check with FSA about future eligibility. Goehring also reminds ranchers affected by the drought to check the department’s hay hotline and map. “Ranchers who need hay; those with hay to sell or with pasture ’or hayland to rent; or those with CRP to graze should call our hay hotline at 701-425-8454,” Goehring said. The interactive map is available at www.nd.gov/ndda. Users may click on the icons to retrieve information. Saturday, June. 26 June’21, 2021 Mrs uumme tIME‘ In 2020. tobacco use cantrtbuted to the death of 1000 North Dakotnns Ourthng tobacco $232 6 million of lost productivity was attrubuled‘to smoking in ‘,North Dakota in 2020 Ounttng smoking can add as much as 10 years to life expectancy. Text messaging and web-based cessation PleaSe join us at the Bisbee benefits peeple of any age; even people who have smoked for years interventions can help , people sucesstplly ‘qun smoking Nearly 70% of tobacco users want to qurl, Outtttng wrthout help is only successful 5% farm to ' ._ v , celebrate the «life and times .Of our Dad 7, with food, Vdfinktand livemusic from f? P?” H iii-URN” miles west of Belcourt on Hwy - 477-9368 or have smoked heavily therapy (NRTl. such as a long~actmg patch wrth short>acttng gum and ‘tozengesgcag turthertncrease the likelihood of qunhng, ' NDG uics INN-NOW (taco-7843689) ndhontttmov/ndqutu s i ‘ Usmg nicotine replacement , (FDAsapproved) are severely underutilized, of the time l5 Fewer than ‘lrgot tobacco usersattempttng toqmt use ewdenc'e-hztsed methods , Counseling and cessation medications Combtmng counseling and medications can more than ’k' doublethe chances of ‘ successfully quitting, ....-.. in. m, ‘.I,V“Q:;.t ., Tobacco Free . ._. . ,. Customr Apprecmt‘on Day! Join as Friday, June 25, for a full day of shopping, savings, fun, .gamsand free food” DURHAMENT Starts at 12 noon - Limit .20 teams ' ,Winners will each reCeivel-a Power Recliner! To enter call Brett or Riley ' at Stu’s Furniture 477-9368 Special Taurnamcntlltlh The Electric lmhan i l l v» v; r Get a Chance to grab money and special coupons for furniture in the CASH CUBE! Purchase is reqriired. Hancburgers, a Hot Dogs, Chips and Beverages Cooked by the Belcourt Fire Department! h Stu’s Furniture is Opening. up the parking lot all day long for a Flea Market! Bring your own goods or creations and join the fun! Promote your own business for