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It’s still a little early to tell how this month’s very damp weather will affect Shelby County’s agriculture.
That’s the view of Corinne Kephart, the University of Kentucky Corporate Extension Office’s agriculture agent for Shelby County.
Kephart notes that although predictions for this winter were for a heavy snowfall, this December has been a little warm for that to happen.
However, she also notes that November and December are usually fairly mild and that the coldest months are typically January and February.
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