The Ekalaka Eagle - Your Community Builder

By Brad Mosher
Fallon County Times 

New extension agent has local ties

 

There is a new extension agent in town.

Amanda Williams comes to the area with a familiarity for the region she is now serving. Williams grew up in Miles City and spent a lot of time on the family ranch near Ekalaka.

The graduate of Montana State University-Bozeman, started work as the new extension agent for Fallon and Carter counties on June 21 after working for the past six years at the US Department of Agriculture Fort Keogh facility in Miles City. Fort Keogh is a 55,000 acre rangeland and cattle research facility. The beef cattle research at the facility includes reproduction, growth,...



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