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With temperatures predicted to trend warmer than average through April, the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) is urging the state’s farmers and ranchers to prepare now to mitigate drought effects on both croplands and grasslands.

With the goal of controlling eastern red cedar on his rangeland, Jim Jenkins is looking forward to holding his first controlled burn next spring. “I can’t wait,” he said. “I don’t drink, but I might consider having some champagne or something.”

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Drought conditions are persisting in Wyoming, Colorado and Kansas and have expanded into portions of Nebraska, reducing range and pasture prod…

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Crop Watcher Jonathan Rohrbach hosted a pasture tour on Aug. 27 and more than 45 people attended. With talks from several South Dakota State University and NRCS specialists, Rohrbach said he was glad he could help show off what he's learned about regenerative agriculture.

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