Dry spring, rangeland worry ranchers

Dry spring, rangeland worry ranchers

Ching Lee

California Farm Bureau

April showers bring May flowers, but so far this season’s parched conditions have failed to bring the lush grasses that feed the state’s grazing cattle, a situation that could spell disaster for California ranchers.

“We’re at a really critical point right now,” said Neil McDougald, University of California Cooperative Extension range and livestock advisor.


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