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Nebraska Cattlemen Disaster Relief Fund Accepting Applications

Nebraska Cattlemen Disaster Relief Fund is accepting applications from cattle producers impacted by the mid-March winter storm that brought a blizzard and flooding.

Federal officials have released a plan to save sagebrush habitats in Western states that support cattle ranching, recreation and 350 wildlife species, including imperiled sage grouse. Officials say the 248-page document released this month is a paradigm shift relying on advances in technology and analytics to categorize sagebrush areas based on resistance and resilience to wildfire.
New Strategy Aims to Save Sagebrush in Western states

Federal officials have released a plan to save sagebrush habitats in Western states that support cattle ranching, recreation and 350 wildlife species, including imperiled sage grouse.

Cattle Losses from Flooding to be Lower Than First Predicted

The Nebraska Department of Agriculture says cattle losses in Nebraska from devastating March floods will be much lower than previously reported.

Rancher: “We Are Just Praying for the Best” With Blizzard

The bomb cyclone storm continues to move East. Ranchers are checking cattle in the middle of the night, as more than a foot of snow pelts of the Western Corn Belt.

Rancher: “We Are Just Praying for the Best” With Blizzard

The bomb cyclone storm continues to move East. Ranchers are checking cattle in the middle of the night, as more than a foot of snow pelts of the Western Corn Belt.

Flory: Plenty of Planting Challenges, But Not a Weather Market Yet

Will extended spring flooding impact the markets?

Western Corn Belt Ranchers In Middle of Spring Blizzard

Ranchers are expecting conditions to worsen on Thursday. AgDay Betsy Jibben has the story with ranchers in South Dakota.

Nebraska Flooding Unlikely to Stop Cattle Herd Growth

Livestock producers are still adding up the totals when it comes to losses they suffered in last month's flooding but one analyst expects the losses won't likely curb cattle herd expansion.