July 11, 2013 in Worthington Daily Globe
WORTHINGTON On the south side of Olson Park Wednesday afternoon, four high school kids kept their balance as they stood on a hay rack waiting for small square bales of grass hay to eject from a hay baler. At one point, as they neared a photographer, they all paused to flex their muscles for the camera. Continue Reading
May 10, 2013 in The Dickinson Press
LINTON High hay prices caused by a prolonged drought and a sharp drop in donations have combined to threaten breeding herds for the Nokota horse, named the official state equine. Continue Reading
March 2, 2013 in The Daily Republic
The dry summer and fall of 2012 left farmers and ranchers short of hay and other feed, so now they are buying it at a faster rate than many longtime farmers and ranchers can ever recall. Continue Reading
February 21, 2013 in The Daily Republic
The USDA says production of all dry hay in 2012 was down 9 percent to 120 million tons the lowest production level since 1964.
October 8, 2012 in The Daily Republic
Expert: Other states cutting acres for hay.
September 10, 2012 in The Daily Republic
PIERRE (AP) The South Dakota Department of Transportation is asking farmers and ranchers to remove hay bales from the highway right of way.
August 2, 2012 in The Dickinson Press
The lack of a hay supply is leading to big headaches for farmers across southwest North Dakota. Continue Reading
July 31, 2012 in The Dickinson Press
Dry conditions have led to a number of blazes in the region in the past few weeks and much of southwestern North Dakota was under Red Flag warnings Tuesday. Mott and the Medora area experienced first hand what the dry conditions can do on Tuesday. Continue Reading
July 13, 2012 in The Daily Republic
This letter is in response to an article in the July 5 Daily Republic from the state Game Fish and Parks secretary about “Early ditch mowing along highways hurts nesting pheasants.” Continue Reading
July 5, 2012 in The Daily Republic
The wet spring of 2011 produced a big hay crop, with much drier conditions this spring leading to a smaller crop.