Sale Barns See Increase in Activity

Elk City Livestock Auction sold 2,147 head July 15th and 2,073 head on July 22. They along with other sale barns across the state are seeing an increase in activity due to the ongoing drought conditions. Ranchers are selling cows and bulls and weaning early as grass is drying up, ponds and rivers are low, and hay is in short supply. One hundred percent of Oklahoma remains in abnormally dry conditions and fifty-seven percent are in a severe drought. Say a prayer for our farmers and ranchers and PRAY for RAIN! Related

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