I think India is a little different from Montana lol. Montana has.... ....... ..... Hey Sheridan just what is in Montana anyway? We know there's at least one Walmart, and of course cowboys and sapphires. That would make a great romance novel. Cowboys and Sapphires.
So was this like a joke thing them going to school on a horse or do they do this everyday? That really baffles me.
ahhhhhhhhhhhhh India is a tad different. heres some pictures of northeast Montana where i live.........
this is where i hunt, about 90 miles(145km) from my house.......this is the highest concentration of trees in eastern Montana, far, far more than is normally around naturally....
ill have more pics prolly on Sunday of eastern Montana/western North Dakota badlands. aslong as it doesnt rain ill be taking a trail ride on horse back through Theodore Roosevelt National Park this weekend just over the border in North Dakota at Medora.
JLAP........they were prolly bored. today was the last day of school and they only went till noon.........guess they did it for the hell of it..................though i know one time, more than a few years ago, my uncles rode their horses to town and tied them up behind the bar cause they figured they couldnt get a DUI on horseback
where im at has an average of 13 inches of rain a year.................we've got much more grass than trees
For all you inquiring minds, here's the ecological story of Rattler's neck of the woods . . . umm . . . grasslands: http://www.ria.ie/cgi-bin/ria/papers/100278.pdf.
Bruce in CT
Madness is something rare in individuals — but in groups, parties, peoples, ages it is the rule. Friedrich Nietzsche
Ranching is the primary form of agriculture out there. Out here is is farming, so all them farm kids drove their farm equipment to school on my graduation last year. The TRACTORS were bad enough, but the 3 combines too up a combined space of 20 parking spaces . Showoffs. Everyone was so mad they egged the combines. HAHA
that makes no logic
plenty of farming here as well Finch.........prolly split about 50-50
according to Montana State University, about 30 percent of the state's ag land is cropped.
13 inches of rain a year is not enough to support most crops.About 63 percent of all Montana land is in agriculture. Montana ranks second only to Texas for the number of acres devoted to agriculture. Of Montana's 56.7 million acres in farms and ranches, about 37 million acres of that is in rangeland that is shared by wildlife. About 30 percent of the state's ag land is cropped, while 3.5 percent is in woodland.
The average Montana farm or ranch has just over 2,000 acres, large by standards in the Eastern United States, but not large for land where production is limited by rainfall. Some parts of Montana receive as little as 10 inches of rain a year, while the west slope of some mountain ranges can receive four times that amount. On both Montana range and cropland, rain is the most limiting production factor and a short growing season adds to the challenge. Rain limits the amount and types of forages for livestock, and similarly limits cropland production. A small amount of cropland is irrigated.
that makes no logic
I can't image how you guys live out in the middle of nowhere like that. I live in the mountains and forest and I can't imagine going from that to like, a prairie.