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This winter in the Central Plains is forecast to have weather typical of la Niña. That means slightly drier and slightly warmer, although a wild card thrown into the mix could mean a snowy start, mainly for northern Nebraska.

"It is interesting to look at the prints in the gravel. You’ve likely got car and pick up tires, then tractor and combine tire prints, as well as thin Amish buggy horse wheels and horse prints. There are all sizes of deer that cross the road, and a few dog tracks as well."

HydroGreen expands indoor growing system in preparation for partnership with large Wyoming dairy

It is that time of the year when I do not feel fully comfortable until I have driven past the last group of cows and made sure they are in. I …

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Allowing for alfalfa to winterize before dormancy is a key factor preventing winter kill across a stand.

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