Panama Drains Reservoirs to Save Livestock From Effects of Drought

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Panama’s Ministry of Agricultural Development is opening the floodgates at Lajas Lake, a 1.5 million-cubic meter-reservoir used for rice cultivation in the country’s central Coclé province, in order save a thousand head of cattle downstream.