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Drought relief 03/08/2013 @ 3:13pm Where I farm in far western KS drought relief is nowhere in sight. I would guess that 5-7" of moisture is needed to get 'relief'. We did get around 6" of nice snow but that has since disappeared with conditions returning to where they were. We need about 2' of snow on the level followed by 1" of rain every week until June 1.

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