Breeding a drought-adapted cow

Breeding a drought-adapted cow

Robert Fears

Progressive Cattleman

The U.S. has been plagued with intermittent drought throughout its history. One of the most noted was the Dust Bowl drought, a natural disaster that severely affected much of our country during the 1930s. The drought came in three waves: 1934, 1936 and 1939 through 1940.

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