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Dealing with wet hay

 


By PR Extension

How exciting to see the lush, tall and dense forage in abundance throughout the county! How devastating to see it hammered by hail, reduced to sticks in the field; blown down, drowning in the field; windrows blown or washed away, or floating on water…all of which have been witnessed in the last ten days, according to Powder River Extension Agent Mary Rumph.

Haying the last few weeks has been a “darned if you do and darned if you don’t” scenario, said Rumph. “Bragging rights are going to the producer with the greatest number of acres rained on the most times…o...



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