Nebraska farmers and ranchers are struggling to recover from last week’s winter storm, which caused major damage and flooding. Newman Grove, Nebraska farmer Greg Anderson says the storm impacted everyone. “The three-day storm started out as heavy rain and then turned to ice, snow and wind,” says Anderson. “The weatherman called it the strength of a category two hurricane. I’d believe it, as it caused a lot of damage.” Livestock producers have been especially hard hit. “There’s extreme mud conditions in feedlots and stress on cattle. If there’s calving going on, there’s difficulties, death and loss.” Anderson concludes that it will take months, if not years, to get all the roads and bridges repaired. Listen to the interview.