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Prepare for Grass Tetany in Livestock

 

March 11, 2021

The ice went out on Powder River near Broadus early Monday. Low flow and warm temps caused the ice to "rot" out, as opposed to jamming and flooding, which has occured on many other years.

Courtesy PR Extension Office

With warm temperatures and moisture, the grass is greening up and cattle and sheep are chasing the new growth, noted MSU/Powder River County Extension Agent Mary Rumph. Producers are encouraged to take precautions...



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