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Agweek TV: Drought effects on cattle

The drought that plagued much of the region this summer continues to ease. Although parts of North Dakota and South Dakota still range from abnormally dry to severe on the Drought Monitor, conditions have improved considerably since July.

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The drought that plagued much of the region this summer continues to ease. Although parts of North Dakota and South Dakota still range from abnormally dry to severe on the Drought Monitor, conditions have improved considerably since July.

But as Jenny Schlecht found, the effects of the drought are still being seen at the sale barns.

To read more about the topic in Agweek Magazine, click here.

To watch the complete episode of Agweek TV, click here.

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