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Water for livestock still a concern in many areas
ROBERT BURNS/Texas AgriLife Extension Service
Though an improvement over last year, many ponds and stock tanks remain low or completely dry.
Special to the Wilson County NewsSeptember 5, 2012 4,312 views Post a comment
By Robert Burns
COLLEGE STATION -- According to National Weather Service records, large areas of the state have received 100 percent or more of normal rainfall since Jan. 1. Many other areas have gotten 50 to 75 percent of normal. . . .
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