Ranchers step up to help replenish S.D. herds after devastating storm

10/16/2013 | Reuters

In an effort to support cattle ranchers whose operations were devastated by a recent snowstorm in South Dakota, producers from outside the affected area have committed pregnant cattle to help replenish herds. The storm occurred before animals had developed protective winter coats, leaving them particularly vulnerable. It may be a while before South Dakota ranchers can receive the new cattle, said Alysa Robbins of the South Dakota Cattlemen's Association, because many ranchers are still digging out dead animals and tending to cattle that survived the storm.

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