YANKTON, S.D. (AP) — Many teenagers would spend spring break catching up on sleep or spending time with friends.
No official cattle death loss projections have been released from the recent winter storm and flooding in Nebraska, but the death toll could be significant according to monetary estimates.
Cattle producers should be prepared for wet, muddy conditions and possible flooding this spring.
As Nebraska continues to battle what appears to be the worst natural disaster in state history, stories are slowly starting to pour out of the region from farmers and ranchers impacted by the flood.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is taking matters into its own hands, opening two more emergency programs for producers dealing with flooding in Nebraska.
Between the blizzards and the floods in Nebraska, producers are reporting losses when it comes to livestock.