Drought extends its grip on southern iowa
Some of the driest parts of Iowa finally got rain last week but it was far from the drought-buster needed to alleviate impacts on crops, forages and livestock water supplies.
Parts of southern Iowa have up to a 5-inch rain deficit, according to state climatologist Justin Glisan. Portions of Davis and Appanoose counties, which are locked in the most severe drought stage, received between...
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