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Pastures deteriorating in West Central Texas
6/6/2018 6:01:48 PM



CATEGORIES:
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
AFFECTED AREAS:
Brown County, TX
Burnet County, TX
Callahan County, TX
Coke County, TX
Coleman County, TX
Concho County, TX
Fisher County, TX
Irion County, TX
Jones County, TX
Lampasas County, TX
Llano County, TX
Mason County, TX
McCulloch County, TX
Menard County, TX
Mills County, TX
Nolan County, TX
Runnels County, TX
San Saba County, TX
Schleicher County, TX
Shackelford County, TX
Sterling County, TX
Taylor County, TX
Tom Green County, TX

Start Date: 6/5/2018 -  
Pastures in West Central Texas continued to deteriorate by the day as rain was badly needed. Stock tank levels continued to fall with some tanks dropping to unusable levels. Livestock continued to receive supplemental feeding. Cattle markets were busy with more than a thousand cattle sold in some counties. The Bryan-College Station Eagle (Texas), June 5, 2018
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