Stacy Bettison

Concern For Minn. Horses Grows As Price Of Hay Triples After a difficult summer, Minnesota farmers are confronting a new challenge as colder weather moves in. The price of hay has more than tripled in the past six months, fueled by a shortage caused by a drought-plagued autumn and wet spring that diminished yield.
Horse Owners Pinched As Hay Prices More Than DoubleThis winter could be particularly difficult for Minnesota horse owners after drought and disease have led to a shortage of hay. That makes it extra expensive for owners, and animal rescue groups are saddling up for a tough road ahead. It's all due to alfalfa crops not faring well in the last year.
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