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Roosevelt County, Montana


        Located in extreme northeastern Montana,
    Roosevelt County has the lowest altitude in the
    state. The Montana/North Dakota border marks
    the eastern boundary, while the Missouri River
    marks the entire southern boundary. The Poplar
    River traverses the county from north to south,
    emptying into the Missouri River at the
    southern border. The Fort Peck Indian
    Reservation occupies all but the eastern
    section of the county. The terrain is mainly
    rolling prairie.
Crops - 2002 Acres
Planted
Acres
Harvested
Yield Unit Production Rank
Winter Wheat
Durum Wheat
Other Spring Wheat
*
79,000
241,000
*
76,000
231,000
*
27
26
Bu.
Bu.
Bu.
*
2,041,000
5,918,000
*
2
3
Barley 15,500 11,900 39 Bu. 462,000 20
Oats 8,200 4,300 40 Bu. 173,000 2
Corn
    For Grain
    For Silage
1,200
----
----
----
*
1,200
----
*
16
----
Bu.
Tons
----
*
19,000
----
*
12
Potatoes * * * Cwt. * *
Sugar Beets 4,840 4,230 17.6 Tons 74,600 5
Dry Beans 1/ 4,600 4,200 1,000 Cwt. 42,000 4
All Hay
    Alfalfa
    All Other
----
----
----
77,500
26,500
51,000
1.71
2.1
1.5
Tons
Tons
Tons
132,600
56,100
76,500
8
21
2
1/ Yield is in pounds, production is in hundredweight. *Either zero or insufficient data for publication.
Livestock Reference Date Number of Head Rank
All Cattle & Calves
    Beef Cows & Heifers 2/
    Milk Cows & Heifers 2/
January 1, 2003 31,400
20,600
*
35
33
*
All Sheep & Lambs January 1, 2003 5,700 18
Hogs & Pigs December 1, 2002 * *
2/ That have calved. * Insufficient data for publication
Census of Agriculture - 2002 -
Number of Farms
Land in Farms (Acres)
Average Farm Size (Acres)
Total Land Area (Acres)
683
1,441,479
2,111
1,507,585