Hot, wet weather cuts into W.Va. hay ...

Hot, wet weather cuts into W.Va. hay harvest

There are 1 comment on the The Inter-Mountain story from Jul 28, 2013, titled Hot, wet weather cuts into W.Va. hay harvest. In it, The Inter-Mountain reports that:

Will Legg, 18, an employee of Valdeacourt Farms in Putnam County, said the less-than-favorable conditions have slowed down hay cultivation and harvesting operations considerably.

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El ameen

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#1 Jul 29, 2013
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