Better conditions and feed prices

Better conditions and feed prices

A cattle producer in south-central Missouri says he’s looking forward to having local, cost-effective feed options for his cattle now that the drought conditions have improved.

Stan Coday buys hay and he tells Brownfield…”We’ve probably missed the highest quality window for hay in my area. The fescue started heading out when we really didn’t have a lot of undergrowth. I think it’s a mixed bag. Because we’re later, I think it allows some of the undergrowth to come on and I think it may actually be a little bit better.”

Coday says not much hay has been put up in the area yet due to rains, but he’s not worried.

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