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A friend of mine has a ranch near Pueblo Colorado and that area has been in a severe drought. He has spent the majority of his life building a corriente cow herd and the last thing he wanted to do was sell his cows because of this drought. I was very fortunate this year with timely rains and now 45 days after shipping my stockers the native Bluestem grass has grown back enough that I was able to receive 420 of his cows this weekend. Gonna keep them until this spring and hopefully send them back home to a different situation. If not at least I’m able to give him 5 months to figure out what to do. Hate seeing people lose out to drought or fire.







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Very nice action to take that size herd. We're in a severe drought here also. Thus far this year we've had 5.3" of rain, nothing to cut except mesquite...rabbits have eaten stubble down to dirt.
 
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