A Mennonite farmer used a team of horses to cut hay in a field off of Hwy. M south of Gallatin. [Staff Photo/TLH]
The warmer temperatures and soil moisture have corn and soybean rapidly growing and there is good news with hay that is being cut, according to area agronomists from the University of Missouri Extension. Yields are up 30% to 50% and growers are baling and storing hay. What
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