The alfalfa crop in South Dakota is generally in good condition. That’s according to WinField United Forage and Alfalfa Specialist Jeff Jackson. “We have a few places with drought conditions, but a majority of the state is in pretty good shape.” The weather is cooperative for the cutting of alfalfa. “Drier weather right now has been a blessing to get good quality hay put up and help those dry bale hay farmers get things done.”
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