Colorado’s lingering drought has ag economy anxious for spring

Denver Post: The drought began for wheat farmers in 2011, said Darrell Hanavan, executive director of the Colorado Wheat Administrative Committee. It has cost the state's average 2.2 million-acre crop about $150.5 million so far. (Denver Post file)Related2013 National Western Stock Show & RodeoJan 24:Kansas teen shows National Western's grand champion steerJan 20:Denver's National Western Stock Show attendance up in 2013Jan 19:Farm bill's redraft raises worry in Colorado farm, ranch communities After a devastating......

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