Already Registered?      Or Please Register to Post a New Message

Login Register



Complete Message (link)

27 days ago

4
rh comment count

In my part of Nebraska, we are very sloppy with every draw full of water and running. Few of the county roads have washed out at the culverts. However on most part most of the ranchers survived the big blizzard a week ago with minimal death lost and we are doing good.

K.C. Fox says 2019-03-24 20:43:35 (CST)



In my part of North central we got 2 3/4" of rain and enough snow to just cover the ground. the water has gone down to a livable level today my driveway had water over it for 3 days I pumped water for 3 days to keep it from washing out my road got the culvert cleaned out today so it is running 1/2 full now. we are in good shape now just starting to calve so will be home for a while I will miss Waverly this year


27 days ago via Forums | Front Porch Forum

hag says 2019-03-25 07:29:52 (CST)



I have family who ranch in western nebraska in the sandhills. They also said the blizzard was bad but not as bad in their area. The eastern part of the state looked to be in bad shape from the flooding as well as the dam breaking. I hope you pull through okay!


26 days ago via Forums | Front Porch Forum

Klaus Karbaumer says 2019-03-25 09:58:44 (CST)



That is good to read, with all the other catastrophic news from Nebraska. My heart goes out to the people who have lost so much, and I do not even want to think of the suffering of all the animals that drowned in the floods or were buried alive under ice.


26 days ago via Forums | Front Porch Forum

hag says 2019-04-07 14:28:20 (CST)



Hooked to the plows friday and made one pass... ground was still a little too heavy. I decided to wait a day or two and its been raining ever since. Might be may plowing for me hahaha


13 days ago via Forums | Front Porch Forum


forum rules icon

Forum rules
Read these first

forum monitor icon

Uncle Joe
Forum Moderator

Search forum
Search the forum ARCHIVE

Banner Ads


Available on-line
mischka.com/shop
Rural Heritage
Magazine
The April | Mary 19
edition of Rural Heritage
is now available at
Tractor Supply Stores
throughout the US.
Check out a preview in our Reading Room.


calendar icon
28
Upcoming
Events
Rural Heritage
Calendar of Events
Home of the webs most
extensive Draft Horse, Mule &
Oxen Calendar of Events.

Samson
Harness

A master harness
maker on harness
types and how to
choose yours.

Visit RFD–TV for the
Rural Heritage scheduled
times in your viewing area.
  • Copyright © 1997 − 2019 Rural Heritage
    Rural Heritage  |  PO Box 2067  |  Cedar Rapids, IA 52406
    Telephone (319) 362-3027

    This file last modified: Aug 13, 2018.

    Designed by sbatemandesign.com