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Winter Storm 2021

“Please support us”: Texas’ citrus and dairy farmers urge patience as they rebuild after the winter storm

The historic winter storm wiped out most of South Texas' citrus crop and halted dairy processing in the Panhandle for days. Consumers will likely continue seeing short-term shortages, producers say.

President of Texas Citrus Mutual Dale Murden slices into a fruit affected by the recent freeze. The citrus orchard is locate…
President of Texas Citrus Mutual Dale Murden inspects the damaged fruit affected by the recent freeze. Feb. 24, 2021.
Damaged fruit affected by the recent freeze in the Rio Grande Valley. Feb. 24, 2021.
Cattle on a ranch on Tuesday, July 21, 2020 in Gonzales.

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