NEWS
Stretching the Ogallala - 1
Todd Neeley DTN Staff Reporter
Tue Aug 20, 2013 08:45 AM CDT

Editors' note: DTN reporters took time this summer to examine how farmers and states are managing groundwater resources from the Ogallala aquifer. The series reports on challenges in Texas, Kansas and Nebraska, as well as how the irrigation business is expanding. The series runs through next week.

PLAINVIEW, Texas (DTN) -- Texas Panhandle farmers watched the radar, anticipating and waiting for nature's grace to fall from the sky.

A weather front worked its way from northeast to southwest during the third week of July -- a meteorological anomaly -- lining up to deliver buckets of rainfall in one of the ...

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