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The wet spring could mean it’s hard to make hay

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By Levi Berg

Hay season is here, and due to our cold, prolonged spring weather, we could be having some troubles.
The cold spring definitely pushed back the harvesting timelines for most hay and haylage producers. It has only been in the last few weeks that producers are starting to think about being in the fields.
For many farmers in Henry County, preserved forages are almost a way of life, and it’s essential to profits on most farms. Without a high-quality hay, many farms will struggle this fall and winter.


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