CROWNPOINT, NM (AP) – Continuing drought and lack of rainfall in the southwest has forced rancher Majorie Lantana to cut the number of cows on the ranch she leases to the Navajo Nation.
The ranch, registered as Pitts Ranch 4, is located approximately 15 miles from Crownpoint. Lantana said the ranch allows 64 head of cattle, but she had to reduce that number several times because there is little grass on the course.
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