NEWS
Pasture Outlook Improves
Cheryl Anderson DTN Staff Reporter
Mon Jun 9, 2014 10:16 AM CDT

DAVENPORT, Neb. (DTN) -- Many ranchers and farmers will find their rangeland and pastures in better shape for the 2014 growing season, though some areas are still recovering from drought.

Compared to a year ago, ranges and pastures in many areas of the Midwest such as southern and eastern Nebraska are looking better this year, according to Jerry Volesky, professor of agronomy and horticulture at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's West Central Research & Extension Center near North Platte, Neb. In those areas, more precipitation has been received and pastures are greening up well, he said.

Statewide, the condition of Nebraska's ...

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