Despite chilly weather, haying nears

Despite the early morning frost—and promise of another blast overnight—Langlade County growers are preparing for haying.

Traditionally, the tractors, choppers and bailers begin appearing in area fields in mid-June, and— with a few lulls to allow the alfalfa, timothy and other grasses to rejuvenate—continue through the growing season.

To the south, the USDA reported that rye was already being harvested for hay this week.

Full story: Antigo Daily Journal

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