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D. produced only half of its normal hay crop this year"It’s definitely something we’re concerned about" Hadrick said "It’s going to be real tight this year We’re trying to figure out how to stretch resources"Certain areas of South Dakota were hit harder than others with the west and north central regions feeling more impactHadrick describes it as being tugged both ways — being short of feed due to drought and also needing more feed for the cattle in the cold weatherAdele Harty South Dakota State University Extension cow/calf field specialist based in Rapid City has encountered a lot of producers looking for additional feed"To me I don’t think this winter had an early onset but when it came it came with a vengeance" Harty said "The cold snow and everything hit all at once"Alternative feed options for producers include using straw corn stalks or byproducts depending on the area Taylor Grussing SDSU Extension cow/calf field specialist based in Mitchell said producers looking to use a new ingredient can contact a nutritionist or an extension field specialist for help on how to incorporate into the rationThe good news is South Dakota ranchers looking for additional hay don’t have to look far The south central area of the state had adequate moisture and Harty reports the Winner area had tremendous hay productionHowever due to increased demand hay prices have gone up Corn is cheaper than most years but Harty advises to be careful incorporating corn as an energy source so as to not change the rumen environment"When looking at other options producers should calculate the cost per ton of the nutrient and then compare the cost of energy provided to other feed sources available" Harty saidHadrick stated that meeting energy requirements takes a lot of feed"We have been feeding more silage wheat straw and corn stalks but we’ve also used more bedding this year than the last couple years combined We’ve been pretty lucky the past few years" Hadrick said "What saved our bacon was the nice weather in November when we were able to put cattle out on corn stalks"Although Hadrick has no hay to carry over to the next year he hopes the amount of moisture received this winter will help next year’s hay crop In addition to the moisture the possibility for an early spring may benefit producers"With the nice weather so far this spring some producers may be able to take advantage of that by taking cattle back out to winter range" Grussing saidThe eastern side of South Dakota isn’t in the clear yet According to Grussing producers should consider how the mud will impact their cows It will take extra energy to go through mud comparable to going through snow Producers should still keep the same rations to support cows similar to as if it were cold Although bunks may not get perfectly cleaned up Grussing points out that giving cows the opportunity to eat is important to keeping a good body condition score"On the nutrition side make sure to get adequate or extra nutrition into cows before calving if body condition isn’t ideal" Grussing said "They should be at 5 to 5 prior to calving Nutrition requirements go way up to improve the body score after calving"The Nigeria Hydrological Services Agency (NIHSA) on Wednesday warned that 12 states might experience high flood this year The Director-General of the agency Dr Moses Beckley gave the warning at the presentation of the 2015 Annual Flood Outlook in Abuja Commenting on the highlight of the report Beckley listed the states as Niger Delta Bayelsa Rivers Anambra Taraba Nasarawa Kebbi Sokoto Adamawa Kogi and Benue Beckley said that probable risks areas in the country had been classified into: High Risk Medium Risk and Low Risk Flood areas He listed River Basins of Sokoto-Rima Niger-Benue and Anambra as those that might experience high flooding Beckley also said that local areas in Shinkafi Biase Chikum Munya Bukuru Bonny Etiosa among others might experience moderate flooding The director-general said that Bayelsa Rivers Delta and Lagos are expected to experience coastal flooding due to the rise in sea level and tidal surge He urged Nigerians to put in place responsive measures that would help in reducing flood hazards According to him the call is necessary because human activities are majorly responsible for recurrent flood in the country “Indiscriminate dumping of refuse deforestation and poor drainage systems have devastating effect on the environment “Natural disasters are becoming more common all over the world 80 per cent of these disasters are water-related “This can be linked to the effect of climate change it is a reality and we can’t reverse it “That is why we must do all we can through attitudinal changes and measures in place to help in reducing flooding hazards” he said Beckley said that the devastating effect of flooding would greatly affect socio-economic development The director-general said that with timely and proper responses Nigerians do not need to worry about the rains He recommended that all stakeholders should begin immediate public enlightenment on the need to desist from indiscriminate dumping of refuses and wastes Beckley also urged all stakeholders to begin immediate maintenance of hydrological structures in the country saying this would go a long way to reduce disaster risk He also called for the immediate evacuation and relocation of people living in the flood-prone areas and waterways to further mitigate against any eventuality Also speaking the Director-General Nigeria Metrological Agency Dr Anthony Anuforom commended NIHSA on the report He said that this would go a long way to educate Nigerians on what to expect during the rainy season Anuforom said that NIMET had made it a point of duty to educate Nigerians on weather forecast through its Seasonal Rainfall Predictions (SRP) He urged Nigerians to embark on disaster risk reduction measures to make the country safe for all In his remark Mr Istifanus Musa the Permanent Secretary Federal Ministry of Water Resources said that the report was drawn in partnership with NIMET’s SRP and a long historical record of hydrological data Musa represented by Mr Joe Kwanashe Director Irrigation and Drainage said that through sensitisation and early warning campaigns there would be a reduction in loss of lives and property to flood Musa urged Nigerians to collaborate with relevant stakeholders to put in place measures to protect the environment saying that government could not do it alone The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the Annual Flood Outlook provides flood forecasts and advice on precautionary measures on probable or critical flood zones (NAN)"Meanwhile,661 PVCs were snatched in eight polling units in Orhionmwon Local Government Area of the state. the suspect was killed and we avoided more people being hurt, Shah also questioned the silence of human rights activists on the issue of "political violence" allegedly unleashed by CPM workers against the BJP and RSS workers in the Left-ruled state. opposed the bill, Stepdaughter Chadwick Banks was arrested in 1992, And as a teenager at St. who we’re called to be.The Bard of Avon would call it much ado about nothing After making a song dance about doctored electronic voting machines.

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