Vermont dairies scramble to find feed after Irene
MONTPELIER, Vt. - Flooding from Tropical Storm Irene swept away some bales of hay Doug Turner grew to feed his dairy cows and ripped open others, contaminating them with muddy water.
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#1 Jan 11, 2012
We have extra certified organic hay we do not need for our livestock. We are located in KY. THe hay is not alfalfa hay but a mix of grasses. It is done up in round bales. If this can help please contact me at [email protected] and shoot me a price.
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