Agriculture

January 24, 2014 6:09 PM

Farm Beat: Drought hits first at cattle ranchers

Beef cattle ranchers are the first major victims of the drought. They count on winter rain to provide free feed in the vast rangelands flanking the north valley, but little has fallen in recent months.

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