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AgDay Daily Recap -April 17, 2013

April 17, 2013
 
 

TODAY ON AGDAY

APRIL 17, 2013

 

IMMIGRATION PLAN:

GOOD MORNING I'M CLINTON GRIFFITHS. IMMIGRATION TAKES CENTER STAGE IN WASHINGTON, D.C. AND IT'S GOOD NEWS FOR THE FARMMING COMMUNITY.

OK EARTHQUAKES:

IT WAS A SHAKY START TO TUESDAY IN OKLAHOMA. AT LEAST FIVE SEPARATE EARTHQUAKES RUMBLED THROUGH THE SOONER STATE OVERNIGHT. THE OKLAHOMA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY SAYS THE STRONGEST QUAKE REGISTERED AT 4 POINT 3...CENTERED NEAR LUTHER--29 MILES EAST OF OKLAHOMA CITY.

I-80 PLANTING TOUR:

A LINGERSTORM SNOW STORM IN THE WEST DROPPED AS MUCH AS 15 INCHES IN COLORADO. TRACTORS ARE PUSHING SNOW RATHER THAN PULLING IMPLEMENTS THIS SPRING. THESE LATE SNOW STORMS CONTINUE TO PUSH BACK THE PLANTING DATES FOR WESTERN AND NORTHERN AREAS OF THE COUNTRY. NEBRASKA PARTS OF IOWA AND AND THE NORTHERN PLAINS ARE EXPECTED TO ALSO SEE ADDITIONAL RAIN AND SNOW THIS WEEK.

CROP WATCH:

AS YOU SAW THE MIDDLE OF THE COUNTRY HAS BEEN LOCKED IN AN INTERESTING WEATHER PATTERN THIS SPRING. CINDI CLAWSON IS IN FOR MIKE HOFFMAN AGAIN TODAY. SHE HAS MORE IN TODAY'S CROP WATCH.

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