Cold and wet are our current weather conditions in Texas. In fact, every winter in east Texas comes accompanied by cooler, wetter weather. And while Texas winters are typically mild compared to the rest of the nation, farmers and ranchers still need to adequately prepare for the weather changes to properly care for their livestock and land.
It's just as important to prepare for droughts of the future as it is to deal with those in the present.
The drought currently facing much of East Texas requires appropriate management by all agricultural personnel.
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