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Hunters should be wary of cattle at Oak Glen WMA

Spring turkey hunters are reminded to close all gates at Oak Glen Wildlife Management Area in Seward County, Neb., as cattle will be grazing on the northern portion of the 633-acre area beginning May 1, weather permitting.

Grazing is a grassland management tool that will increase the growth of legumes and forbs, improving the native prairie for grassland species.

Oak Glen WMA is located 1.5 miles north of Garland. The spring turkey season closes May 31.

Date: 5/20/2013

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