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Goshen County 4-H separates sheep from goats

GOSHEN COUNTY, Wyo., Heavy, gray clouds rolled overhead as 50 ewes anxiously bleated when Dawn Gara approached with an armful of hay.
"Food rules their world," Gara said April 29. Like the old adage, "The way to a sheep's heart is through its stomach."

   Another cool week, though with less precipitation

   Flood season underway

   More cool, rainy weather expected

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Cow-calf commentary: More than meets the eye

This theme, more than meets the eye, is an apt description for the entire universe. If you've ever read about or studied science you know that while we humans are visual creatures, there's far more stuff in the universe that we can't see than we ...more

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Above average wheat yields expected across Nebraska

SCOTTSBLUFF, Although Nebraska's planted wheat acres are at record lows, producers should expect high yields. Favorable growing conditions, including a mild winter and abundant precipitation, has Nebraska wheat positioned to achieve wheat yields not seen in the past five years.
However, farmers should scout carefully

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