Today's forecast from AgDay Meteorologist Mike Hoffman.
Small tornado damages dairy farm southeast of Salem
Private/public entities work together 'beautifully' to move emergency feed shipments.
Hurricane Irma is long gone now but dairy producers in Florida are still dealing with the aftermath from the storm nearly a week afterwards.
More than 1.5 million acres in Montana have burned in recent weeks, both on public and private lands, and firefighters could see a break soon.
Despite the dryness in the northern Plains, the month of August was one of the coolest on record.
Snow is falling across a large portion of Montana today, bringing relief to areas struggling to control multiple wildfires. Some mountain passes could see up to 8” of snow by Saturday.
While the Midwest avoided much of the damage caused by hurricane Harvey, the damage caused in the south wasn’t ignored. Agriculturalist pulled together to help Texas communities in their time of need.
Florida’s produce industry losses from Hurricane Irma will be grim, and vegetable crops near harvest in Moultrie, Ga., were also hurt, industry leaders contacted Sept. 12 said.
Irma brought heavy rain, wind damage and an early start to calving season for ranchers from Florida, Alabama and Georgia.
Both Florida citrus and early-planted vegetables in south Florida sustained damage from Hurricane Irma, and growers were just beginning to count the cost Sept. 11.
Florida Farm Bureau is working to assess farm damage from Hurricane Irma.
Some farms made it through the storm with limited damage and others suffered greatly.