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  • Historic drought puts rancher’s livelihood at risk

    Ernie Fellows is a retired rancher in Mills, Nebraska, a tiny town on the border of South Dakota that sits right on top of the Ogallala Aquifer. He’s spent almost his whole life raising livestock on land his grandfather bought in 1937 an...

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  • Record spring temperatures destroy apple crop and jobs

    For my family, farming is much more than a job. The Barthel family has been growing fruit here in Wisconsin since my great-grandfather immigrated to the United States from Germany in 1839. I took over in 1978. Today I tend 30 acres of or...

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  • Hoping for rain in Oklahoma

    On our family-owned ranch near Blackwell, Oklahoma, the drought has hit pretty hard. In a normal year, we’ll get around 36 inches of rain a year. This year, we’ve only had something like 18-20 inches, and most of that was in April. Crop...

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