Impacts of drought and regional change on hay production
Drought in 2011 and 2012 reduced U.S. hay production and increased hay demand, leaving the country with very limited forage supplies at this time. On Dec. 1, stocks of all hay were down nearly 28 percent from a 2001-2010 average prior to the drought..
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