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Radio Show to Help Ranchers with Cattle Losses

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A radio show is airing today and tomorrow to help ranchers and farmers psyche that has been damaged from the early October storm.

Dr. Michael Rosmann is a psychologist and farmer from Colorado.

He will be on radio stations throughout South Dakota, North Dakota, Wyoming and Montana to give ranchers advice in how to deal with the losses they suffered.

The show will air again Friday from 2-3 p.m. central time.

Rural electric cooperatives that serve the affected areas in South Dakota along with Basin Electric have sponsored the show.

The show will be broadcast online at www.livewithjt.com or on the following radio stations.

In North Dakota: KXDI 93.9 FM, KPOK 1340 AM

In South Dakota: KBRK 1430 AM, KBFS 1450 AM, KBHB 810 AM, KBJM 1400 AM, KDLO 96.9 FM, KWAT 950 AM, WNAX 570 AM

In Montana: KYUS 92.3 FM, KMTA 1050 AM

In Wyoming: KASL 1240 AM, KYDT 103.1 FM

 

 

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