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Truckloads of Hay MAY Be Available in Colorado - Click Image for Info
Horse owners and breeders in Texas are being severely impacted by the extended extreme drought which is so serious and continued unabated so long that owners are giving horses away because they can not feed them.
The New York Times reports in Catastrophic Drought in Texas Causes Global Economic Ripples:
At the moment, 70 percent of Texas is experiencing “exceptional drought”—
the worst classification — along with 55 percent of Oklahoma and significant
chunks of Louisiana, New Mexico and Kansas. Northern Mexico is also affected.
When one area has a hay shortage, normally hay is trucked in from other areas. This drought is so widespread that coastal hay – the grass hay most widely fed to horses in Texas – is nearly impossible to locate at any price. The hay shortage is so severe that ranchers are feeding everything from corn stalks to what is being called wheat hay or wheat tops but is really more like wheat straw (what horses are usually bedded on – not fed).
Hay has become so hard to find and rare in Texas that CBS News ran this video [click to continueâ€¦]