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Friday, September 16, 2022

"Economics is the biggest driver of farmers leaving to go out of state," Oosten said. "Milk pricing tends to be very competitive in other states; the feed prices are lower and the regulatory environment is better." Real estate, in particular, has played a significant role in more dairies choosing to leave California, he said.

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#1 | Posted by LegallyYourDead at 2022-09-16 10:18 PM | Reply

Alternate headline

Okies finally go home

#2 | Posted by ChiefTutMoses at 2022-09-16 10:27 PM | Reply

Ag Pilots are reporting 80% drop in business in CA. Times are tough.

#2 | POSTED BY CHIEFTUTMOSES

Yeah who needs Ag its only a $22B dollar industry in CA.

California dairy farmers only produce 19 percent of our nation's dairy supply but hey, DietCoke everyone, its on Chief!

#3 | Posted by oneironaut at 2022-09-16 10:49 PM | Reply

We're glad your mom is mooo-ving somewhere else.

#4 | Posted by Tor at 2022-09-17 12:04 AM | Reply

Only produces 19%

And it still will

Ever been through cali, bonehead?

#5 | Posted by ChiefTutMoses at 2022-09-17 01:00 AM | Reply | Newsworthy 1

I'm still here.
~ Devin Nunes' Cow
"Here, Have One, MAGAts"

#6 | Posted by Doc_Sarvis at 2022-09-17 06:32 AM | Reply | Funny: 2

Lots of farmers and ranchers are going to have to come to terms with the fact that maybe deserts really aren't the best places for massive water wasting farms or to raise thirsty livestock. Just because someone built a farm there 150 years ago doesn't mean it was sustainable, especially not at a modern industrial scale.

#7 | Posted by qcp at 2022-09-17 08:53 AM | Reply | Newsworthy 3

No wonder they're losing electoral votes and representation in Congress.

#8 | Posted by sentinel at 2022-09-17 09:31 AM | Reply | Funny: 1

California has counties with populations greater than some states.

You think they care if we loses a few congressional seats?

#9 | Posted by Tor at 2022-09-17 10:00 AM | Reply

@#7 ... Lots of farmers and ranchers are going to have to come to terms with the fact that maybe deserts really aren't the best places for massive water wasting farms or to raise thirsty livestock. ...

Hay Prices Continue to Rise
Drought Forces Livestock Producers to Make Hard Decisions for Winter
www.dtnpf.com

...For Casey Cooksley, who farms and raises cattle near Broken Bow, Nebraska, the impact of heat and dryness on forage this summer is evident around him.

He knows people in his area of central Nebraska who have half the forage production of last year because of drought. In his own operation, some of his alfalfa is irrigated, but even then, less production is expected with the extremely dry conditions.

Cooksley and other cattle producers are making some tough decisions since depending on their cow herd size, some producers might not have enough hay. Cooksley said many cattle producers will use alternative sources for protein this winter. Many chopped silage early just to get something of value out of their drought-damaged crop.

"A lot of what was chopped for silage didn't have much for corn in it, as it was dryland and burning up fairly quickly in the 100-degree temperatures," ...



U.S. Drought Monitor
droughtmonitor.unl.edu


#10 | Posted by LampLighter at 2022-09-17 11:31 AM | Reply | Newsworthy 1

White milk flight.

#11 | Posted by vogonity_intact at 2022-09-17 02:07 PM | Reply

Oh no!

Bozo has another cow.

#12 | Posted by donnerboy at 2022-09-17 04:05 PM | Reply

#8 | POSTED BY SENTINEL

We all know cattle vote Republicant.

#13 | Posted by LegallyYourDead at 2022-09-17 07:57 PM | Reply

We all know cattle vote Republicant.

That's not true. But cow proximity does give voters +7 hit points.

#14 | Posted by REDIAL at 2022-09-17 09:00 PM | Reply | Newsworthy 2

Luckily we didn't have internet trolls back during the dust bowl migration of the 1930's.

That would've been a calamity for Boazo.

#15 | Posted by Nixon at 2022-09-19 07:57 AM | Reply

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