After a slow start, crops in the Peever, South Dakota area are at normal development. Louie Nigg says timely rain and warm temperatures helped the crop catch up. One casualty of the rain is the hay crop. “We’ve been lucky the last two years. It dries faster than you can bale it. This year, it’s been a battle to get the hay put out. Mine is all laying down. Some of it’s been raked together.”
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