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Producers maintain through weather rollercoaster

Dec 13, 2013
In 2007, the National Weather Service started looking at how to prevent adverse weather impacts on cattle in eastern Montana by issuing cold advisories. “The biggest concern is new livestock so vulnerable to heavier, wetter snow,” said Tanja Fransen, Warning Coordination Meteorologist with NWS in Glasgow, MT.

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