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Drought forces early silage cutting in some areas
Dry conditions are forcing farmers in South Dakota to cut silage early this season.
It's not a typical sight for a cornfield in August to be brown and dry, but many are in South Dakota.
A drought is forcing farmers to begin cutting silage six weeks early, before the already drying corn, gets too dry.
Conditions are so bad that some farmers, who normally yield up to 200 bushels of corn, are hoping for at least 50 this year
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