There's nothing that can be done to prevent a drought. But, there are things that can be done to minimize the long-term damage we do to our farm and genetic pool. Don't overgraze the whole farm. Confine the damage to a small area while occasionally grazing the good areas if enough grass is present. Make preps to wean early. Develop a cull priority. Use it if you have to. Don't let optimism overtake your common sense.</p>
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