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Winter Planning
Mon Dec 3, 2012 11:08 AM CST

Winter weather can be tough on cows, even in parts of the South. Johnny and Sharon Rogers raise Red and Black Angus cattle in Roxboro, N.C., in the Piedmont region.

"If it snows in North Carolina, it always seems to snow here," Rogers laughs. "We can get from 4 to 9 inches of snowfall at a time. It will cover the ground for a week or longer."

For that and other reasons, Rogers has developed a management program to help ensure cows survive and thrive under the worst winter conditions that Mother Nature ...

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