Minnesota sees wide range of weather in February

The USDA says the first half of February in Minnesota saw normal to above normal temperatures, but that was followed by about two weeks of colder than normal conditions.

Some producers reported difficulty in keeping lambs warm at birth, but livestock losses were called minimal, and feedstock and bedding were adequate despite the increase in demand.

Grain movement was ongoing thanks to solid demand.

The USDA’s weekly crop progress and condition reports resume in April.

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