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Livestock Wx for April 13, 2018: Watch out for Fire Conditions in the Panhandle & South Plains and New Products from Livestock Wx
We are changing course a bit this week to introduce again two new products we are working on. But before we do that, we would like to discuss the serious fire conditions in the OK-TX Panhandle. The 3-8day Fire Outlook, particularly for this Saturday and Sunday (April 14-15), shows strong northerly winds will occur behind a cold front across the Panhandle and down into the South Plains of Texas. The ongoing drought and dry fuels in the region make these conditions extremely dangerous. Be on the lookout and be safe out there.
NEW Things Happening at Livestock Wx
As we mentioned last week, we are working on a new trade publication focused on livestock and weather trends called the Livestock Weather Journal. The Journal will include a summary of current weather trends and interpretation of the most recent seasonal forecasts. You can see an image of the first issue below. The Journal will be published monthly and be in your mailboxes the first of each month. The only thing you need to do is signup for a complimentary subscription to give it a test-drive! You can do that here: www.LivestockWx.com/premium
The first issue will be ready in May.
The second thing we’re working on is a monthly webinar called Livestock Weather LIVE! The LIVE! webinar is our chance to discuss the medium-range forecasts and shifts in weather patterns you should be watching for. It’s also a chance for you to ask questions about those patterns and forecasts, or if you choose, to hold us accountable when we’re wrong.
There are no strings attached to the Journal and the LIVE! webinar complimentary subscription. At the end of the trial, you will have the option to subscribe for an annual subscription. That’s it. If neither suits you, there will be no need to cancel, we’ll do that for you. No additional information will be needed to get the complimentary subscription except an address, so we know where to send the Journal. Click for more information on LivestockWx.com/premium.
That’s it for this week. As always, if you have any questions about conditions around Texas and Oklahoma please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.