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Weather Favorable for Dakota Ag Thus Far


Mild weather in December was a boon for winter wheat and livestock in North Dakota.

The Agriculture Department says in its latest crop report that there is only light snow cover to protect winter wheat, but that 71 percent of the crop is in good to excellent condition. Only 7 percent is rated poor or very poor.

Cattle and calf and sheep and lamb conditions in the state both are rated 88 percent good to excellent. The report says livestock stress has been minimal so far this winter.

Hay supplies in North Dakota are rated 98 percent adequate to surplus, and stock water supplies are 84 percent in those categories.

South Dakota winter wheat looks good
South Dakota’s winter wheat crop appears to be in good condition heading into the coldest months of winter.

The Agriculture Department says in its latest crop report that 71 percent of the crop is in good to excellent condition. Only 1 percent is rated poor or very poor.

Cattle and calf conditions in the state are rated 84 percent good to excellent, and sheep and lamb conditions are 64 percent in those categories.

Hay supplies in South Dakota are rated 99 percent adequate to surplus, and stock water supplies are 86 percent in those categories.

Source: AgWeb.com

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