Georgia: Damaged Irrigation Pivots Limit Farmers’ Crop Choices

🕔Feb 3, 2017Deadly storms that ravaged much of south Georgia Jan. 20-22 also damaged or destroyed many irrigation pivots that supply needed water to agricultural crops. According to University of Georgia Cooperative […]

Arkansas: Storms Drop Record Rain, Funnel Clouds; Freeze Anticipated

🕔Apr 1, 2016It may be Monday or Tuesday before some row crop farmers are able to resume planting in the wake of strong storms that raked the state with large hail, funnel […]

Alabama: Severe Weather Expected This Week

🕔Feb 1, 2016Meterologists have been warning Alabamians for almost a week about the potential for severe weather Tuesday and Wednesday. A cold front is expected to sweep through Alabama Tuesday night/Wednesday morning […]

Texas: New Weather Pattern Strengthens El Niño Rain Chances Through Winter

🕔Nov 3, 2015Late October rains have practically wiped severe drought conditions from the face of Texas maps, and a new weather system is enhancing predictions of a wet El Niño winter, a […]

Oklahoma: 9 Counties Designated Natural Disaster Areas

🕔Sep 23, 2015USDA has designated nine counties in Oklahoma as primary natural disaster areas due to damages and losses caused by heavy rainfall, flooding, high winds and tornadoes that occurred from May […]

Kansas: 5 Counties Declared Natural Disaster Areas

🕔Aug 26, 2015USDA has designated counties in Kansas, in two separate disaster designations as primary natural disaster areas due to damages and losses caused by multiple disasters that occurred in 2015. “Our […]

Arkansas: 33 Counties Designated Natural Disaster Areas

🕔Jul 29, 2015USDA has designated 33 counties in Arkansas as primary natural disaster areas due to the combined effects of excessive rain, flash flooding, flooding, hail, high winds, lightning and tornadoes that […]

El Nino: Expect Less from Hurricane Season; Record Hot Year – AgFax Podcast

🕔Jun 10, 2015Parts of the country are really starting to feel the consequences of receiving record amounts of rain in May. El Nino is to blame according to University of Georgia Climatologist […]

Arkansas: Soybeans Likely Unfazed by Weekend Storms

🕔May 13, 2015Despite heavy rains taking place squarely in the middle of the Arkansas soybean planting window, the state’s number-one crop will likely emerge unaffected, experts said this week. Weekend storms battered […]

Arkansas: Storms, Flooding Leave 2 Dead, Pastures Under Water

🕔May 11, 2015Heavy overnight rains throughout the state caused rivers to rise and creeks to overrun their banks, leaving pasturelands under inches — or feet — of water across much of western […]

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