It’s been one week since the USDA Risk Management Agency okayed haying and grazing cover crops on prevented plant acres September 1. Minnesota State Cattlemen’s Association Executive Director Ashley Kohls says there are still questions about what can or can’t be planted. “From what I understand, in Minnesota, those vary from area to area.” Kohls says there is no restriction on selling forage produced on prevented plant acres. “If there’s any questions that can’t be answered on the Risk Management Agency website, go into the local office and ask.”
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