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Wheat crop looks promising
Winter wheat conditions slipped slightly last week as a result of dry
conditions which persist in much of the southern Great Plains. However,
according to reports, crop progress is still considered good and may
allow for improved grazing prospects for feeder and stocker cattle,
particularly when compared to last year. The news is good for stocker
operators who rely on wheat pasture for winter grazing and wheat growers
who are currently receiving much improved ...
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