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More silage possible in 2004

Sep 13, 2004
— Early frosts threaten grain maturity. — Moisture levels threaten hay prospects. By Sarah L. Swenson WLJ Associate Editor Several western and northern states are wondering if summer ever really arrived or if it spring made a transition directly into fall. With the cooler summer temperatures has also come early frosts, particularly in more northern areas. These frosts have damaged hundreds and thousands of acres of field ...

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