Last year's high hay prices has many in Idaho's agricultural community optimistic about 2012. Idaho Hay and Forage Association Executive Director Rick Waitley Says prices are at an all-time high, with the market averaging about $240 to $260 a ton...
Not only is the cool west spring delaying or even postponing outdoor recreation activities it’s also causing havoc with southern Idaho farmers. The Times News reports today that because of the weather the first cutting of alfalfa hay has been delayed significantly. This not only delays the delivery of much needed livestock feed but it will push back subsequent cuttings of hay and could result in the loss of at least one cutting later this year.
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