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Friday 12/21/12

Bing Crosby Never Scooped a Bunk in His Life
A white Christmas could prove to be a mixed blessing for livestock producers: It would help recharge soil moisture that drought-stricken pastures need, but also could threaten the health and lives of animals.[Read Full Blog Post]
Posted at 4:17PM CST 12/21/12 by John Harrington | Post a Comment
Comments (2)
Indeed...talking about a mixed emotions phenomena-lotsa snow-good for planters-not so good for hoofers. I'm not sure even God can sort that one out.
Posted by Ric Ohge at 9:48AM CST 12/27/12
I agree with Johns Dad , snow does no good for field moisture, particularly when the wind blows. I do believe its good for the groves, sloughs, lakes and rivers tho. Plus it helps with unemploment, grab a shovel.
Posted by Unknown at 10:04AM CST 12/28/12
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