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Early spring means cutting hay early

Jun 15, 2012
Although hay usually isn’t harvested for the first time for another two weeks, weather conditions this spring have led to alfalfa and grasses maturing about 10 days earlier than normal, according to Kevin Sedivec, the NDSU Extension Service’s rangeland management specialist.

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