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Randy Saner, Ryan Benjamin, and TL Meyer talked about using trigger dates in your drought planning and some possible management options in this April 7 webinar. Run time is about 40 minutes. If you have any questions regarding drought or drought planning, please call the office and ask for TL. https://cap.unl.edu/livestock/triggering-pasture-and-forage-management-decisions-drought-april-7-2022-webinar
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