Scobey (soil)

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Scobey soil is the state soil of Montana. It is named for the town of Scobey, and although Scoby is in far northeast Montana, the soil type is found in the "Golden Triangle" area of North-Central Montana, bounded by Great Falls, Havre, and Conrad.

Scobey soil consists of very deep, well drained soils on till plains, hills, and moraines. It is known for its productivity for farming wheat. [1]

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