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Air National Guard Dropping Hay to Stranded Livestock

Cattle stranded in flooded parts of Nebraska getting hay via helicopter with help from the Air National Guard.

Air National Guard Dropping Hay to Stranded Livestock

Cattle stranded in flooded parts of Nebraska getting hay via helicopter with help from the Air National Guard.

Drovers TV: Flooding, Poor Weather Impacting Cattle Producers

Early estimates put cattle losses due to Nebraska’s flood at $500 million dollars, according to the Nebraska Farm Bureau, and the impact to ranchers and feedlots will be felt for weeks.

Full Impact of Flooding Likely to Take Months

The full financial impacts of 2019 flooding may not be known for months.

Full Impact of Flooding Likely to Take Months

The full financial impacts of 2019 flooding may not be known for months.

Cattlemen Suffer Extreme Flooding in Nebraska and Iowa

Flooding in eastern Nebraska and western Iowa continues to impact cattlemen, right in the middle of calving season. Additional moisture this week, will aggravate the situation even more, meteorologists say.

Additional moisture this week, will aggravate the flooding situation even more, meteorologists say.
Cattlemen Suffer Extreme Flooding in Nebraska and Iowa

Flooding in eastern Nebraska and western Iowa continues to impact cattlemen, right in the middle of calving season. Additional moisture this week, will aggravate the situation even more, meteorologists say.

Winter Storm Remains Threat To Producers During Calving Season

The weather is pressuring producers to take action as many of them are in the middle of calving season. AgDay national reporter Betsy Jibben talks with Mike Finley, a rancher in Sully County, South Dakota.