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Tue, April 07

Ranchers reducing herds, seeking disaster relief in face of drought

Kim McElroy and Dave Pawel own and operate Broken Horn D Ranch. They have about 4,500 acres of land scattered throughout the area that they graze their cattle on. This year, however, much of the land has dried up so bad that there’s not enough grass or brush for the cattle to graze on so they've had to reduce their livestock by 35%. (Les Stukenberg/Courier)

Kim McElroy and Dave Pawel own and operate Broken Horn D Ranch. They have about 4,500 acres of land scattered throughout the area that they graze their cattle on. This year, however, much of the land has dried up so bad that there’s not enough grass or brush for the cattle to graze on so they've had to reduce their livestock by 35%. (Les Stukenberg/Courier)

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