Extreme Livestock warning for most of North Dakota

“Extreme conditions are expected to prevail in the 6 to 18 hour range.”

“The National Weather Service has issued a “Cold Advisory for Newborn Livestock” (CANL) for portions of south-central North Dakota today, with the most severe impact coming between the next 6 and 18 hours.”

https://www.kxnet.com/news/bismarck-news/weather-service-newborn-livestock-at-risk-with-approaching-storm/1845791762?utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook_KX_News&fbclid=IwAR3vbEZ8a0tbsf5HFjXLGkjDGl-C2GTyACz1BS9kYwIT3SqliqGaGvcmTN8

Thanks to Don Wilkening for this link


2 thoughts on “Extreme Livestock warning for most of North Dakota”

  1. You read accounts from the 1860s on about weather and ranching, you’ll find a lot of tales about dead stock. It ain’t a new problem, just one that’s been in abeyance during the century of good weather.

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