Farmers in the Northern Plains have been struggling with drought, making it difficult and expensive to scrounge up enough feed for their livestock to last through the winter.
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Already short on hay and forage after a hard winter, ranchers in North and South Dakota are continuing to reduce herds in response to severe drought conditions.
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A 10 percent loss of body water is fatal to most domestic livestock species.
When storms roll in, CAB’s Rural Relief Fund looks to support ag community.
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