Alright, enough is enough Mother Nature! I’m sure that’s what northern Panhandle ranchers are thinking right now. Forget rain, or snow, or dark of night, they have experienced tragedy and challenges to their agriculture operations of biblical proportions over the past 18 months.
First, last summer was a complete and total disaster. No rain, no grass to speak of, and cow herd liquidations were all too common.
Then, in late August and early September, wildfires ignited the…