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“Just your grass hay that we would spend $30 a bale on, people are spending $150 a bale, and they’re driving 250 miles to get it,” Scott says.
The Baileys own a ranch on the remote prairie about 60 miles south of the US-Canada border, in the heart of what locals boast is the capitol of North Dakota cattle country, McHenry County. The county is also one of the most drought plagued places in the nation, where comparisons are now being drawn to the Dust Bowl.
Ranchers here have been forced to sell off their herds at historic rates and are now worried they won’t have enough feed to keep their remaining cows alive this winter. The Baileys sold twenty cows a few months back, because they couldn’t afford to keep them fed. It’s been so dry that they couldn’t grow much of their own hay.-
Learn More: https://strangesounds.org/2021/10/us-mega-drought-north-dakota-worse-than-dust-bowl.html
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