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    That looks great! Please follow up with transition pics as it greens up! Rebirth of the grassland is one of my favorite things! Nice job!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prairie Drifter View Post
    That looks great! Please follow up with transition pics as it greens up! Rebirth of the grassland is one of my favorite things! Nice job!
    Will do PD. That is what it is all about anyways right? We just got an inch of rain on these burns and with the heat they should come alive quickly.

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    Chris any pic's of the new growth and green up?

    "When you come to a fork in the road, take it" YOGI

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    Quote Originally Posted by BleuBijou View Post
    Chris any pic's of the new growth and green up?
    The cp-37's are impressive and will see what I can do. The warm seasons wont do much until the soil warms up quite a bit. Like August:0

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    Quote Originally Posted by UGUIDE View Post
    The cp-37's are impressive and will see what I can do. The warm seasons wont do much until the soil warms up quite a bit. Like August:0
    Yeah, 2.5 inches of snow in Goodland in the last 24 hours. I70 was closed west of Colby. The warm season grass may have to wait for a shot at sunlight!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prairie Drifter View Post
    Yeah, 2.5 inches of snow in Goodland in the last 24 hours. I70 was closed west of Colby. The warm season grass may have to wait for a shot at sunlight!
    Spring!!!LOL Crazy..Still light snow here as well, but it is melting as it falls and has been for 30 hours or so.. Not as wet as the last Storm or as cold, but damn it is May tomorrow!!

    Chris, when you get the chance..I don't mean to make you go out and take pic's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BleuBijou View Post
    Spring!!!LOL Crazy..Still light snow here as well, but it is melting as it falls and has been for 30 hours or so.. Not as wet as the last Storm or as cold, but damn it is May tomorrow!!

    Chris, when you get the chance..I don't mean to make you go out and take pic's.
    I left the farm headed for MN in what was the fiercest rain storm in some time. It would have been a interstate closer had it been snow.

    Was going to try and snap one pic from the road but the rain was too much. Too wet to go out in fields. All the sloughs are full of water now which goes back to the drought of 2012 before we have seen this much water.

    A good 4-8 inches in May.

    The cool seasons are all looking great and the warm season stands will be black for a while like PD mentioned.

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    At last. Here is a post burn picture. Really nice. Looks like the milestone applied last spring did not take out some alfalfa either.



    and a closeup


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    Here is the "before" photo of that field after burn.


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    Thanks for the pic's Chris!! Looks amazing!!

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