Drought Hay

© 2012 Loren Zemlicka
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Due to this summer’s drought in southern Wisconsin, the Wisconsin DNR has opened up about 160 public areas, comprising about 11,500 acres of grassland and marsh to farmers for haying and grazing.

The land is being offered to drought-stricken farmers on a first-come, first-served basis at no charge.

This bale is one of one hundred or so scattered about the Brooklyn Wildlife Area in Belleville.

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