A stubborn drought tests Texas ranchers

New York Times: Gary Price is a rarity among cattle ranchers these days. He's making money on his herd of 200 cows in this tiny town about an hour south of Dallas-Fort Worth. The Starridge Land and Cattle Company in Texas. The persistence of the drought has forced ranchers to use creative techniques to survive. "The market is very good, and we've been able to keep what we've needed to buy, feed and such, to a minimum,' Mr. Price said, as he strolled in a pasture on his 77 Ranch, which is planted in native......

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