POTENTIAL RELIEF FOR CALIF. PASTURE AND RANGELANDS

POTENTIAL RELIEF FOR CALIF. PASTURE AND RANGELANDS

October 22, 2013

Hope for Needed Winter Moisture


USDA reported TODAY that California is a major area of concern over its pasture and rangeland conditions.


Two very bad years in much of the state have caused the situation to be as rough as it is, as the cool season months approach.

The wet season has already begun in the Pacific Northwest, so as we head into November and December, we await possible seasonal rain and high elevation snow to arrive before we reach about the halfway point of the year in January.

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